Anyone looking for an affordable place to live in Northern Virginia should plan to visit the 2014 Northern Virginia Housing Expo, hosted by Fairfax-based nonprofit AHOME Foundation in cooperation with the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA), the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church, the counties of Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun, and the Town of Herndon.
Showcasing both homeownership and rental opportunities and resources throughout Northern Virginia, the event will be held from 10 am until 3 pm on Saturday, March 29th and will feature workshop and exhibits designed to educate attendees about location options, being prepared for buying or renting, understanding and improving credit scores, improving energy efficiency and more.
Browse dozens of exhibits featuring apartment rentals, government assistance programs, first-time buying opportunities and professionals, mortgage information and assistance
and much more! Take advantage of helpful free workshops and one-on-one consultations designed to help you get where you want to be in Northern Virginia, whether you prefer to rent or are ready to buy.
FREE WORKSHOPS INCLUDE:
Aging in Your Home • Reducing Your Energy Costs • Are You Ready to Rent?
The ABCs of Credit Scores • Are You Ready to Buy? • Maintenance 101
Getting Your First Place
The growing list of exhibitors can be found at www.NoVaHousingExpo.org, which will also feature a schedule of the free workshops as the event approaches. Stop by AARP’s exhibit and pick up a copy of the AARP Home Fit Guide: Information and Tips for a Comfortable, Safe, and Livable Home.
Refreshments will also be available from food trucks on-site.
The fourth annual expo, whose location rotates annually throughout Northern Virginia, is being held at Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia, located at 6540 Franconia Road near the intersections of I-95, I-395 and I-495.