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Buying a home can be an exciting and intimidating process. With IHDA MORTGAGE we strive to make the process as streamlined as possible so you can achieve your goal of homeownership! Through our network of trusted partners, you will have someone with you every step of the way to help you purchase your home. And by using an IHDA MORTGAGE product, we will ensure that you can afford the home you buy. Our programs offer safe, fixed interest loans at affordable rates. Qualified homebuyers can receive down payment and closing cost assistance.
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The Access Deferred mortgage is a safe, 30-year, fixed rate mortgage. That means your interest rate will never change. Are you concerned about saving for the down payment? Access Deferred offers a maximum of up to $7,500 in assistance for down payment and closing costs. Your contribution is limited to $1,000 or 1 percent of the purchase price, whichever is greater. So for as little as $1,000 out of pocket, you can get into your new home.
The Access Repayable mortgage is a safe, 30-year, fixed rate mortgage. That means your interest rate will never change. Are you concerned about saving for the down payment? Access Repayable offers a maximum of up to $10,000 in assistance for down payment and closing costs. Your contribution is limited to $1,000 or 1 percent of the purchase price, whichever is greater. So for as little as $1,000 out of pocket, you can get into your new home.
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The HomeFirst Down Payment Assistance Program provides qualified homebuyers with up to $100,000 toward the down payment or closing costs on a 1-4 family home, a condominium, or a cooperative in one of the five boroughs of New York City.
Upon the successful completion of the Homebuyer Education class, prospective home buyesr will receive a certificate that verifies their eligibility for the forgivable loan of up to $100,000 towards the down payment or closing costs on a new home. The certificate is valid for six months, with a subsequent six-month renewal period. After receiving the certificate, prospective homebuyers begin the path to homeownership.
Low-income, first-time homebuyers may qualify for a low-interest, deferred payment loan of up to 17% of the purchase price for down payment assistance and 4%, up to $10,000 in closing costs assistance.
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Walmart and Macy's have recently announced store closures and layoffs. Walmart is closing 269 stores, including those under the Express, Neighborhood Market, and Supercenter names. Macy's is closing 40 stores in the beginning of this year.
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Before the closing, the parties and their lawyers will review all documents to see that everyone is fulfilling all conditions and promises of the contract. A closing statement or settlement sheet is prepared, fully listing the financial aspects of the closing. The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) will apply in any transaction in which a buyer is obtaining a federally insured mortgage from a financial institution. This requires use of a settlement sheet developed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. In other closings in which the buyer is not obtaining a mortgage, another form of settlement sheet is usually prepared.
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When you first start Adobe Premiere Pro this is what you're going to see. This is the Start screen. And there are a couple of options on here. The two that we're really interested in are the option to create a New Project... and the option to open an existing project. A Premiere Pro project file is a file like any other. All of your creative decisions are going to be stored in that file. We can open one of these up by double clicking on them but I'm going to show you from inside the Start screen first of all. I'm just going to click back into Premiere Pro and I'm going to click on Open Project... You should be familiar with this dialog. This is in Windows of course. This is Windows Explorer and if we were on Mac OS this would be a Finder dialog. It's just going to allow us to open a file. So, I'm going to select this 01_01 Create a project.prproj and I'm going to click Open. And here we are now in Premiere Pro looking at this project. There's not much going on right now. Over at the bottom right here we've got the Timeline panel. I'm just going to click a little earlier in the sequence here, where you can see we've got a number of clips all lined up ready to make a program. And when I do that at the top right in this Program monitor, you can see this is the Program monitor, it's showing us our Master Sequence, we get the visuals from that series of clips. Another important panel for you to be familiar with is this one down at the bottom left. This is the Project panel. And you see every panel has its name at the top left-hand corner. This is the Project panel and it's showing me the contents of the project. I've just opened 01_01 Create a project. Inside of this panel I've got something that looks a bit like a folder. It's a bin in Premiere Pro and in that bin I've got some clips. If I double click to open one of these you can see it opens in this Source monitor at the top left corner. This is for previewing the videos that you've got in your project, you can play them back and just have a look and see if you want to use them or not and over on the right here the Program monitor is for looking at the sequence that you're building. That's the film that you're making if you like. Okay, so that's how to open a project. I'm just going to go to the File menu and I'm going to choose Close Project. And Premiere Pro is inviting me to Save changes, there aren't any really. But you'll notice up at the top here next to the project name it's quite useful because we've got the location of the project as well. I'm on a Windows machine, so this is C Drive rather than a System Drive or another kind of plugged-in drive. I've got this little asterisk next to the name that tells me that some kind of change has happened. That change might just be that I'm looking at a different part of the project. So, I'm not too concerned and I'm going to click No. Back on the Start screen this time I'm going to click New Project... I'm going to call this First project and if I click Browse... we get a familiar browse dialog where we can choose the location for the new project file. You could always move it later on of course but I'm happy with it being here in my Media folder. So, I'll choose Select Folder. I'm not worried about the rest of the options for now. I'm just going to click OK and here we are in an empty Premiere Pro project. The first thing we're going to want to do is get some media in, get some video files into the project. So, I'm going to go to the Media Browser. And the Media Browser is going to allow me to look through the contents of my storage to find the clips, the video files, the photos and graphics and so on that I want to use in my project. I'm going to browse into the Media Files folder and I'm not going to pay too much attention right now but I'm going to select some of these clips. I'm just going to scroll down here and actually I think I'm pretty much happy to have all of this. So, I'm going to press in this case Ctrl + A that would be Command A on Mac OS to select everything here. I can make individual selections if I like but I'm happy to have all of these and I'm going to right click on any of them and I'm going to choose Import. And there we are. Now inside our Project panel we've got a list of clips. These are pieces of video and if I double click on any of these they open up in the Source monitor for me to take a look and decide if I want to use them. So, now we have a project file with some media imported and we're ready to get started reviewing our footage and editing clips together. For now, though I'm going to go to the File menu again and I'm going to choose Close Project. I will save the changes and we're back to the Start screen. So, that's opening an existing project, creating a new one and importing some media ready for you to start working in Adobe Premiere Pro.
It's helpful to understand the key Adobe Premiere Pro interface design elements as this will make it easier to explore the application and learn new features. Let's begin by opening an existing project. I'm going to double click here on this 01_02 Interface overview.prproj and double clicking it, is going to open the project in Premiere Pro. The first thing I am going to do here is make sure I'm in the Editing workspace. Now a workspace is really just a preset layout for the application. I'm going to move things around a little bit here. I've got a number of different panels that I can work with. I'm just going to shift these around in a really noticeable way so that it's easy for you to see the difference. And right at the top of the screen I've got this word Editing which is the Editing workspace. We've got a number of different workspaces for different purposes, Color, Work, Effects, Audio and so on. Now let's say I know that this workspace is wrong. I'm going to click on this menu right next to the word Editing and I'm going to choose Reset to Saved Layout. That's going to put things back the way they were. I recommend that you go through this process at the beginning of every workflow that you follow, every tutorial that you watch, every book that you read on how to use Premiere Pro because you'll find that pretty much all of the lessons that you see will use the default layout so that people can follow along. Now on the subject of panels I want to draw your attention to this blue highlight outline. Right now, the Timeline panel is active, that's where you build sequences and make movies in Premiere Pro. Now if I click the bottom left the Project panel is active. Depending on the active panel you'll find that you get different menu options and things will work a little bit differently in Premiere Pro. So, it's important to know which panel is active before you begin. Just keep an eye out for that blue outline. Each panel has a name at the top of it, right now I'm in the Project panel. Next to the name you'll find a panel menu just like the one we used a moment ago to reset our workspace. This menu is called the Panel menu and it gives you options that relate specifically to that panel. It's important to be clear about which kind of menu you're looking in. Here I'm looking in the Panel menu. But you'll notice for example on the Timeline there's a Wrench icon for what's called a Settings menu. In both cases, you're going to see options that relate specifically to the panel you're clicking on. Where you see the name of a panel, in this case the Project panel, it's referred to as a tab. So here we've got the tab for the Project panel, now I'm clicking on the tab for the Media Browser. Again, it's good to know the name of that because if you look up tutorials you'll find that these different name headings are referred to as tabs and now you'll know where you're looking. We also have a right-click menu. If I right-click on one of these items in the sequence over in the Timeline panel you can see I've got a number of options that relate specifically to that clip. And you might already be able to see that selection is extremely important in Premiere Pro. I'm getting options for that clip not the one next to it. Every panel in Adobe Premiere Pro is listed in the Window menu. So, if you're ever hunting for a panel don't worry about it just look for it on this menu and it'll come up when you select it. Here for example I'm choosing the Media Browser. And now the Media Browser has come to the front even though it was kind of already displayed in the interface it was hidden behind the Project panel which I'm going to go back to right now. So now I'm going to go to the File menu, I'm going to choose Close Project. And that's an overview of the key design elements in Adobe Premiere Pro. 041b061a72