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LEBANON VALLEY NATIONAL BANK AND THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF LEBANON COUNTY JOIN FORCES TO HELP HOMEBUYERS

 LEBANON VALLEY NATIONAL BANK AND THE REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF
 LEBANON COUNTY JOIN FORCES TO HELP HOMEBUYERS
 Lebanon Valley National Bank and the Redevelopment Authority of Lebanon County have joined forces to offer a unique homebuying opportunity.
 This pilot effort, leading the way in Pennsylvania, offers first- time homebuyers a newly constructed single family home in the northern part of Lebanon County with a very attractive financing package at below market rates with no down payment requirements.
 This program will be publicly introduced at the county commissioners' meeting held Thursday, April 30, at 10 a.m.
 The press is encouraged to learn more about this unique partnership by attending this meeting located at the County Commissioners' Office, Lebanon Municipal Building on 8th Street, Lebanon, Pa.
 CONTACT: Tim Sandoe, vp of Lebanon Valley National Bank, 717-274-6800, or Mel Kaplin, executive director of the Redevelopment Authority of Lebanon County, 717-274-1401.
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