Proposed Legislation To Increased Home Buyer's Tax Credit to $15,000

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty Cityside

 

Senator Johnny Isaksons, R-Ga has introduce a legislation to congress that would raise home buyer's tax credit to $15,000.00 for first time buyer's and move up buyer's over the next year. You can visit this section of Senator Isaksons web site to read more about it http://isakson.senate.gov/econ.htm  the senator was right when he said

"I think we've got a realistic chance of doing this," Isakson says. "Our problem is not with the first-time home buyer, it's the move-up buyer."

 I am elated about this, what about you?

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Jay Badru

Certified REO Specialist

Keller Williams Realty Cityside

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Robert L. Brown
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Hopefully it goes thru. That should keep some buyer's motivated to make the plunge.

Sep 21, 2009 06:11 AM #1
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Jay Badru
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Robert,

Thanks for your comment's This bill must be passed. We as Realtor's have to contact our Rep's and Senator's to make this happen. I have contacted Senator Johnny Isaksons, R-Ga  (The Sponsor of this Bill) office in Atlanta and gave him my support.
Let move housing market forward.
 
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