Will the $8000 tax credit be extended? you have a voice!!

Real Estate Agent with Re/Max South County

 Take the time to read this and act................ those voices who speak will be heard........... act now!





Call to Action  

Time is running out!  The $8,000 first tax home buyer credit will expire in less than a month.  Ignore the rumors; the credit has not been extended.  Unless you can convince your federal officials to act, your buyers will lose the tax credit unless they close on or before November 30, 2009.


Both chambers of Congress - the U.S. Senate and House - must support the extension, and President Obama must sign it before it becomes law.  According to the National Association of REALTORS, the U.S. Senate is expected to vote on a preliminary motion next week but this is only one step towards the finish line.


What can REALTORS do to help extend the credit?   Take five minutes to ask your members of Congress to extend the $8,000 tax credit for first time home buyers. Click here now to send your message on:  www.realtoractioncenter.com   

You can also telephone:     


Senator Jack Reed                                401- 943-3100

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse                401- 453-5294

U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy   401-729-5600
U.S. Representative James Langevin    401-732-9400

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Sandy Bliven, your 24/7 e-PRO Concierge!
Named #1 Realtor in State RI for Coldwell Banker 2011 & Recipient of"The Circle of Excellence Award" - 3rd Top Producer in South County and e-PRO Certified Concierge.
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