Homebuyer Tax Credit

Michael on October 30th, 2009
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Within my post last week titled First time home buyer tax credit may actually expire, I maintained my steadfast belief that Congress and President Obama would not allow the credit to end.  Simply stated, I argued, the housing market is still so unstable that taking away stimulus was unlikely.  (Furthermore, it’s far easier for the [...]

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Michael on September 29th, 2008
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Human nature is amusing sometimes.
You: Don’t you mean “amazing?”
Not this time.  Whether it be the health and safety of an individual or the foreign affairs or financial stature of a global superpower, it always seems to take a crisis for people to really start to care enough to put aside their differences in order to [...]

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This article is about the initial first-time home buyer tax credit.  It’s an important read if you bought your first home in 2008.  If you purchased your home during 2009, read about the 2009 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit.
If you haven’t purchased your home yet, be sure to read about The new, enhanced, [...]

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