Somethings really are too good to be true, see a good thing before it's too late:Waukesha County real estate first time buyer tax credit.

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker

Today is October 28th, 2009 and the meter is literally ticking for first time buyers to take advantage of the First time buyers home tax credit. Buying a home is like a calculated chess game, and the time to buy is now. Waukesha County first time home buyer tax credit If we really worked at it and we found you a home in the next week we could make the closing deadline of November 30th, 2009. It will require some work, and effort, but if you are looking at buying a home in Waukesha County, and you are a first time home buyer in Waukesha County we could make this happen. All you have to do is pick up the phone and call me or emailWaukesha County first time home buyer tax credit me. The first time buyer tax credit is for real, and it will only last for so long. Have questions about the credit? Want to start, but need to know the steps or the procedure? Call me and I will be glad to talk with you. You can always email me at tom@tombraatz.com and request a buyer package that will certainly be of help. I have lots of great lenders I work with, and they would be more than happy to pre qualify you for the loan amount you could obtain. By all means feel free to check out my MLS using the IDX icon on the bottom next to Lars. It's the "Search the MLS" button. Everyday that goes by with good intentions really does do just that; go by. If you are a Waukesha County first time home buyer tax credit there really is no reason to procrastinate. The first time buyer home tax credit is for real and it is yours for the taking if you qualify. There are many reasons to buy, and there are many great properties to choose from. Start today because tomorrow comes a lot faster than we ever anticipate. It is time to make your moooove.

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Wishing you a productive day, and see you at closing!

Tom Braatz Lars is a closer      

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Rainer
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Debbie Aldrich
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Tom,   a Horse is a Horse!!  Love Mr. Ed,   good use in your blog, great last minute reminder.

Oct 28, 2009 08:50 AM #1
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Ilyce Glink
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Great reminder Tom, thanks. And love the horse and cow pictures too!

Oct 28, 2009 08:58 AM #2
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Debbie

I wish more buyers would take advantage of this great opportunity.

Oct 28, 2009 09:16 AM #3
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Ilyce

What can I say; I am just a guy from Wisconsin

Oct 28, 2009 09:18 AM #4
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Sounds like an extension is likely but the buyers may lose $500-2000 from the current rebate.  Now's a good time if you have the inventory!

Oct 28, 2009 02:17 PM #5
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Renee

Absolutely; an extention may be in order but some of the other current rebates may not apply.

Oct 29, 2009 01:38 AM #6
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