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Join Us for a Twitter Chat: How to Buy, Sell & Finance a Home

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buying a home twitter chatAre you thinking about buying or selling a home? Or, are you trying to figure out to make the right home financing decisions? Then please join us at our upcoming Twitter chat event with Realtor.com. Our experts will be there to answer your home buying & financing-related questions & offer advice.

Gerri Detweiler is the Director of Education at Credit.com, a leading personal finance website which empowers consumers to take control of their debt. She has devoted her 20+ year career to helping consumers find reliable answers to their credit questions. Gerri is a recognized expert on credit issues, and has been interviewed more than 3,000 times by leading news outlets, including The Today Show,Dateline NBC, The New York Times, USA Today & Reader’s Digest. She also has co-authored five books, including Reduce Debt, Reduce Stress & Debt Collections Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights, and is the host of TalkCredit Radio.

Scott Sheldon is a senior loan officer and consumer advocate based in Santa Rosa, CA. His work has appeared in Yahoo! Homes, CNN Money, MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal.

Leslie Piper is Realtor.com’s Consumer Housing Specialist and thrives on helping connect consumers with the homes of her dreams. As a realtor, with 12 years of experience, she has successfully closed more than 100 transactions.

Twitter Chat Prizes

We’ll be giving away these prizes to the most engaged participants:

  • $25 Home Depot gift cards

You must follow @CreditExperts & participate in Live Event to be eligible to win.

How to Submit Questions

Before Live Event: Send an email to creditexperts@credit.com & include #CreditExpertChat in Subject Line

During Live Event: Tweet your questions to @creditexperts & include #creditexpertchat

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