$8,000 Tax Credit For First Time Home Buyers in Menomonie, WI

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Real Estate Broker/Owner

The $8,000 Home Credit For first time home buyers in Menomonie, WI is almost at it's end. We have all heard about it. The First time home buyers tax credit in Menomonie, WI will be ending November 1, 2009. What that means is a buyer must close on the home before the expiration date to receive the tax credit.

A first time home buyer is a person that has not been in title to a home in the last 3 years. You (the buyer) must live in the home as your primary residence also to be eligible for the first time home buyers tax credit in Menomonie, WI.

What types are not included in the first time home buyers tax credit? That would be duplexes, hi-rises & multiplexes, A duplex if you live in one half your self would be permitted.

Keep watching the blog it could be extended but, don't count on it. If you snooze you may lose.

Contact me today to find out more details on the first time home buyers credit in Menomonie, WI. I would love to help you purchase your home here in Dunn County Wisconsin.  

Jason Simonson   715  505  9212                                                                                                                              

 

 

Comments (4)

Michelle Green
HER Realtors Michelle Green & Associates - Parma, OH
#MichelleWillSell

I'm hoping there will be a new tax incentive for next year...but i have seen the buyers motivated by this deadline.

Sep 08, 2009 01:03 PM
Jason Simonson
Menomonie, WI
Realty Executives - Menomonie WI

It does seem that all the people who wanted to use the credit, Has used it in my area. Not sure if an extension of the first time home buyers credit would help or not.

Sep 08, 2009 10:55 PM
Mari Montgomery
Mari Realty - Huntsville, TX
Mari Realty

Wow, great post.  You are the king of hyperlinks!

Sep 14, 2009 11:34 AM
Patrick Johnson
Windermere - Bellingham, WA

Jason,

I agree that a ton of people have used this already, but I hope they extend it as there are always people sitting on the fence.

I think it depends alot on how hot the market was in your area for the last three or four years. If there was a ton of activity, there are not many people that qualify anyway as they have owned with in the last three years.

Thanks for the post though!

Patrick Johnson, Windermere RE

Bellingham WA.

Sep 14, 2009 12:14 PM