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This article was forwarded to me because I could not understand how you could get a tax credit of $8,000 by amending your 2008 tax return for a property you bought in 2009- but you can. See below. I don't know where this article came from.   First-Time Homebuyers Have Several Options to Maximize ...
This is the best valued home in all of Brushy Creek. Take advantage of the $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers. You can even amend your 2008 tax return and get the $8,000 tax credit in 2009. Call and I will be glad to arrange a private veiwing. Please visit my website at www.daviddurham....
Ever thought about whether you should refinance or not? Rates are historically low. See the chart below Most property owners look at the low interest rate and/or lower payment, but don't know that there is an amount to do the loan ($3,000-7,000) that is added to the loan amount of your refinance....
For Immediate Release Board of Trustees set new school boundaries April 8, 2009 – During a Special Called Meeting held Tuesday night the Board of Trustees approved new school boundaries for the district. The majority of the changes will go into effect during the 2010-2011 school year with the exc...
On Friday, March 31st, myself and over 1000 other Texas REALTORS®, visited the Capitol to make our voices heard on important issues that affect Texas REALTORS® and homeowners, including real estate transfer taxes, mandatory price disclosure, appraisal reform, business vehicle exemption applicatio...
I got a great flyer from Mike Montgomery with Extraco Mortgage that he wanted me to share with you.  It explains the revisions to the first time homebuyer tax credit that was put in to place last year and was revised for 2009.  This chart explains alot of the differences between the 2008 version ...

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