Ridge Affordable Homes Announces Paradise Homebuyers Show


PARADISE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ridge Affordable Homes and RRA Builders announce their first annual Home Buyers Show, to be held at the offices of RRA Builders at 5923 Clark Road, Paradise on Saturday afternoon, March 26, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The show aims to help families get back to the ridge, help first-time home buyers and renters qualify for low-cost mortgages and down payment assistance, and provide current options of built and prefabricated houses. The town of Paradise is rapidly rebuilding and is now one of the fastest growing communities in California. The city is offering up to $40,000 in down payment assistance to qualified new homebuyers.

Friendly, trained industry professionals will be ready to help first-time home buyers, relocated renters and others understand what practical and financial help is available and help them apply for and find it. ‘to obtain.

“People know there is financial assistance, but the qualification process, complexities and regulations are overwhelming for the average buyer. We’ve tried to streamline the entire application process by using a “team approach” where homebuilders, potential buyers, tenants and finance professionals work together to design a custom solution for each family. No more guesswork, no more misinformation, just a team of people committed to helping survivors recover. This includes tenants and new buyers looking to return to the ridge,” says Hector Vizcarra, COO of RRA Builders.

Among others, the show will feature presentations from Kelly Konzelman and Hector Vizcarra of RRA Builders, and offer relevant information on affordable housing solutions, home insurance, alternative septic options, current mortgage costs and new home availability. .

Ridge Affordable Homes and RRA Builders are subsidiaries of Reconstruction and Recovery Advisors Inc. RRA Builders are licensed general contractors (CSLB #1041473), licensed real estate brokers, manufactured home dealers, real estate developers and property recovery advisors. insurance with over 40 years of experience in construction, development, finance, real estate and insurance claims management.

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