home buyer tax credit: The Home Buyer Tax Credit Deadline Is Looming. Buy a Greenville NC Home NOW! - 03/29/10 01:02 PM
The Home Buyers Tax Credit deadline has been extended and the qualifying income levels have been expanded making this is an ideal time for both first-time and repeat buyers to purchase a Greenville NC home.
Basic facts Home Buyers Tax Credit:
The new deadline is April 30, 2010 (June 30th with a binding, signed contract) First-time buyers are eligible for a tax credit of 10% of the purchase price--up to $8000.00 Repeat buyers (those who have lived in one residence for 5 consecutive years of the last 8) can receive a credit of up to $6500.00. Income levels--$125,000 for individuals; $225,000 … (0 comments)

home buyer tax credit: Tips For First-time Greenville NC Home Buyers - 02/12/10 02:11 PM
Low listing prices, reasonable interest rates, and an abundant variety of homes to choose from are among a few of the reasons now is the perfect time for buyers to make a move in today's real estate market. Current market trends and other factors have made conditions even more favorable for first-time homebuyers. Though becoming a homeowner comes with huge responsibilities and financial commitments, first-time home buyers should take advantage of the market over flowing with opportunities. The following tips will help ease the mind when considering the smart purchase of your first Greenville NC home.
1. Become familiar with the … (0 comments)

home buyer tax credit: Greenville NC Real Estate Sales Statistics - October 2009 - 11/23/09 08:17 AM
Congress has voted to extend the current higher Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA loan limits through 2010. The present loan limits would expire at the end of 2009 and revert to previous lower limits. The higher limits, along with the home buyer tax credit extension, are necessary to keep the markets moving at this critical time," said National Association of Realtors President Charles McMillan.
"Home sales have shown significant movement upwards in the past six months and reduced inventory in some segments of the housing market, but not in all. Home purchases in the middle-income and higher brackets have not … (0 comments)

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