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Ms. Gill-Gordon said that while the curriculum is the same for the online classes and the in-person classes, she thinks taking the course in person offers a better opportunity for participants to ask individualized questions.
"It's actually a really great investment of your time to take eight hours to learn as much as you can before you make such a big financial decision," Ms. Gill-Gordon said. "It's so important to know which questions to ask, to set your expectations appropriately and to truly understand what's affordable so that you can enjoy the long-term benefits of homeownership."