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Good news!  It appears we are getting closer to an approved extension of the Home Buyer Tax Credit.  According to this morning the Senate reached a tentative agreement to extend the tax credit for first-time home buyers. Fox says "The agreement would extend the existing credit for fir...
Financial strategies evolve with the direction of the economy.  Back in the early 90's it was considered a good financial strategy to prepay your home mortgage.  Many financial experts considered it a good return on your cash - to pay down a mortgage that may be as high as 10%, rather than invest...
Your credit score is a three digit number ranging from 350 to 850. Roughly 50% of consumers have a score above 720. The higher your credit score is, the lower you can expect your interest rates and fees on loans to be. Your credit report indicates to lenders how you have handled your credit in th...
The Real Estate Community must be pro-active in having our voices heard by the Obaba Administration.  I don't just mean Real Estate Agents, I mean Lenders, Appraisers, Title and Escrow companies, consumers, builders, suppliers, sub contractors, and any one else who has an interest in having the h...
Potential homebuyers are running out of time to benefit from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009’s First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit. Will Congress allow the $8,000 tax credit for first-time purchasers to expire as scheduled on November 30th? Or will the tax credit get a second life...

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