8000 buyer tax credit: $8000 Homebuyer Tax Credit >> SmartGirlsOwn.info - 02/23/09 01:46 AM
At last! the much anticipated changes to the the first-time homebuyer tax credit are in.
The most noticable difference from the last $7500 tax credit is that it does not require repayment if the house is not sold within 3 years.
Beginning January 1, 2009 until December 1, 2009 first-time homebuyers will be lucky enough to get this boost from the government.
See the updates in writing here.
Ready to buy? You'd be smart not to wait. After all, it's a buyer's market, rates are down and you're getting a "rebate." Renting just got so much more expensive this year.
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