#RBCFirstHome Twitter Chat

We’ve been homeowners for 3 years or so and there were and still are a lot of questions that we have regarding our home. Sometimes it can be quite overwhelming when you buy your first home. What’s right for my budget? Is it safe enough for my children? Will my house increase or decrease in value due to its location? The list goes on and on!

#RBCFirstHome-Twitter-Chat

Thankfully RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) is there with financial expertise to help with all those hard to answer questions that you may have. Not only does RBC have amazing staff to help, they also have Twitter chats where you can ask experts the questions you’d like to know about buying a home.

#RBCFirstHome-Twitter-Chat

The next first home chat is going to be on February 17th at 8:30 pm ET using the hashtag #RBCFirstHome. Be sure to follow @RBC_Canada so that your questions can be addressed.

ABOUT THE TWITTER CHAT!

  • Participants can submit their home-buying questions using the hashtag #RBCFirstHome, February 17th @ 8:30p ET
  • RBC experts will be on hand to answer home buying questions
  • RBC has invited a Lawyer, Realtor, Design, Home Builders, Home Experts and Mortgage experts to participate as well
  • Chat participants have a chance to win 1 of 5 $100 gift cards

 

For information on how to save money for your dream house check out this awesome info graphic:

#RBCFirstHome-Twitter-Chat

 

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*Disclosure: This post was generously sponsored by RBC. Regardless, Frugal Canadian Coupon Mom only recommends products and services that we think will be beneficial to our readers.

 

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