new home: Maryland First Time Home Buyers $8000 Tax Credit Information - 03/16/09 02:17 PM
ATTENTION
FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS IN MARYLAND
ACT NOW AND GET UP TO $8000 BACK!!!!!

If you are a Maryland First Time Home Buyer (or know someone else who will be), NOW IS A GREAT TIME TO BUY A HOME!  The enhanced first time home buyer tax credit stimulus makes it easier and more affordable than ever to buy your first home - through a tax credit of up to $8,000 in government incentives as a part of the economic stimulus plan that was just passed and enacted into law by Congress.  Couple that with Mortgage Rates at ALL-TIME LOWS, choices of … (1 comments)

new home: Baltimore County First Time Home Buyer $8000 Tax Credit Information - Maryland - 03/16/09 02:10 PM
ATTENTION
FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS IN BALTIMORE COUNTY MARYLAND
ACT NOW AND GET UP TO $8000 BACK!!!!!

If you are a Baltimore County Maryland First Time Home Buyer (or know someone else who will be), NOW IS A GREAT TIME TO BUY A HOME!  The enhanced first time home buyer tax credit stimulus makes it easier and more affordable than ever to buy your first home - through a tax credit of up to $8,000 in government incentives as a part of the economic stimulus plan that was just passed and enacted into law by Congress.  Couple that with Mortgage Rates at … (0 comments)

new home: First Time Home Buyer $8000 Tax Credit - Harford County - Maryland - INFORMATION - 03/16/09 01:35 PM
ATTENTION
FIRST TIME HOME BUYERS IN HARFORD COUNTY MARYLAND
ACT NOW AND GET UP TO $8000 BACK!!!!!

If you are a Harford County Maryland First Time Home Buyer (or know someone else who will be), NOW IS A GREAT TIME TO BUY A HOME!  The enhanced first time home buyer tax credit stimulus makes it easier and more affordable than ever to buy your first home - through a tax credit of up to $8,000 in government incentives as a part of the economic stimulus plan that was just passed and enacted into law by Congress.  Couple that with Mortgage … (2 comments)

new home: DON'T FINISH YOUR BASEMENT! - 11/19/07 11:45 PM
If you or your clients are buying a new home soon, I am going to show you why you should NEVER finish your basement, at least for the first year!  However, after going through what I have been through, I will now ALWAYS recommend for my clients to finish the bathroom in the basement instead of just leaving the rough-in that the builders typically provide (which is included in the price).  For those who don't know what a rough-in is, basically it means that the drain pipes have been put in place for when you want to finish your bathroom later! … (13 comments)

 
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