Tax tips for 2010 Real Estate...Start now and don't wait for April

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Take a look at these various tax tips for Real Estate ownership. There are a lot of selling points that could help get potential buyers off the fence. They will be getting their tax returns soon, there are low to no down payment options that are out there. Give me a call if there is anything I can help out with or is you have any questions.

http://www.houselogic.com/articles/tax-tips-homeowners-looking-ahead-2010-returns/

http://www.suddenlyfrugal.com/2010/03/1-tax-tips-for-homeowners-in-2010/

http://www.bestcashcow.com/real_estate/article/ca_hagy/tax-tips-for-homeowners

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Rainer
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Joan Valverde
HomeSmart Realty - Adams City, CO
GRI,CDPE,CNE,MRP,SRES Colo Sprgs, Blk Forest, Monu

Brian,  More good information, and reason why buyers should BUY NOW!  With rate low and housing prices good.  SO many reasons to buy.  Best to you in 2011

Dec 29, 2010 05:52 PM #1
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Joe Sosky
KW Commercial - Vancouver, WA
Commercial Real Estate Broker - (360) 816-9652

Hey Brian, great resources for tax savings.  Have you come across any sites for tax benefits for investors of rental income properties?  Its a great time for investors to jump back into the game.

Dec 29, 2010 06:05 PM #2
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Gary Pike
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Metro Brokers - Powder Springs, GA

Great information Brian, but I think one of the best things that has happened recently is the uptick in interest rates.  Lets see if those on the fence get that feeling of losing out and rush out to buy before rates increase even more.  Have a great New Year.

Dec 30, 2010 12:36 AM #3
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Brian J. Bailey
First Time Buyer, Jumbo, VA, FHA, Construction, Renovation, and Reverse Certified - Paradise Valley, AZ
Senior Loan Officer

Thank you Joan, you are absolutely correct!

Hello Joe, I am meeting with a CPA to look at some strategies for my clients and this will be one of the points of discussion. As soon as I have some more concrete info, I will blog it. Go ahead and subscribe to my blog to stay informed.

How correct you are Gary, the increase in rates directly affects a borrowers purchase power. The higher the rate = the higher the payment = the higher the debt-to-income ratios. If a borrower doesn't understand that, then maybe they will understand that the higher the rate = the less house they can afford.

Happy New Years everyone!!!

Dec 30, 2010 05:19 AM #4
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