Baltimore artists are encouraged to attend the Mind Your Business: Homeownership Opportunities for the Creative Leaders of Baltimore’s New Economy, sponsored by PNC Bank. The information session is offered to ensure that Baltimore City’s cultural citizens have access to home buying resources, as part of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s goal of growing Baltimore by 10,000 families in the next 10 years.
The session is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To register, click here.
The symposium covers incentives to buying a house in Baltimore, obtaining a mortgage, using a realtor, the Vacants to Value Program, tax benefits to buying and working in a home and buying a home in one of the city’s three Arts & Entertainment Districts.
The Mind Your Business: Homeownership Opportunities for the Creative Leaders of Baltimore’s New Economy is presented by the City of Baltimore with funding from PNC Bank. Additional support is provided by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, What Weekly, Vacants to Value, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA), Station North Arts & Entertainment District, Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District, Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District, Live Baltimore, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Social Enterprise Alliance, AIA Baltimore, Jubilee Baltimore, St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, MICA Career Development, Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore, Maryland Art Place, Maryland State Arts Council, The Charles Theatre and Joe Squared.