1st time home buyer: Additional Tax Credit - 04/21/10 10:13 AM
We are all aware of the rush to get your clients under contract by April 30th to qualify for the tax credit.  Did you know there is an additional tax credit that does not run out?  This tax credit can also be combined with the curent tax credit so you can double your clients tax credit.
How it Works
The credit, a Mortage Credit Certification Program, allows buyers to claim up to 20% of the paid mortage interest every year they live in the home for the life of the loan.
For the life of the loan, MCC holders may claim a … (1 comments)

1st time home buyer: Common Mistakes Buyers Make - 01/19/10 05:37 AM
There are ten items on this list... but the solution to almost all of them is to form a relationship with a REALTOR that is YOUR REALTOR to explain the process and guide you through all ten of these steps and keep you from getting into trouble.
1. Buyers don't clearly understand the roles and duties of real estate licensees, especially who represents whom in purchase transactions, and may wrongly misinterpret or rely on a licensee's actions as representing the buyer's interest alone. A buyer needs to contract for services if they want representation.
2. Buyers may innocently disclose confidential and … (1 comments)

1st time home buyer: Questions & Answers to help you choose a REALTOR - 01/19/10 05:34 AM
If you have read my blog and are now looking for a REALTOR in your area consider asking the following questions when you start interviewing REALTORS to represent you in your next real estate transaction.
Q. What does it cost me to hire a REALTOR®?
As a Buyer it costs you nothing to hire a Realtor.  Sellers pay Realtor commissions.
Q. Why would someone work for nothing?
Good question.  Eventually your realtor wants to find a home for you.  When that   happens, the Realtor will be paid a commission by the Seller of the home.  Most realtors ask you for a … (1 comments)

1st time home buyer: Tax Credit Expanded & Extended Video - 11/16/09 08:13 AM

1st time home buyer: Tax credit is extended and expanded - 11/12/09 03:18 AM
I am extremely pleased to share with you news about an exciting new tax credit, designed for first time home buyers and existing homeowners.
The new bill calls for an incentive for existing homeowners who have owned their current homes at least five years, making them eligible for tax credits of up to $6,500 when they purchase a new home. First time homebuyers - or anyone who hasn't owned a home in the last three years - would still get up to $8,000.
To qualify, buyers in both groups have to sign a purchase agreement by April 30, 2010 and close … (0 comments)

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