$8000 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit Extended
$6500 Move-Up/Repeat Buyer is NEW
(American Recovery & Reinvestment Act 2009)
The Worker, Homeownership and Business Assistance Act of 2009 has extended
the tax credit for First Time Home Buyer to purchase of a home on or before April 30, 2010. The NEW tax credit defines a tax credit qualified move-up home buyer (“long-time resident”) as a home owner who has owned and resided in a home for at least five consecutive years of the eight years prior to the purchase date. For married taxpayers, the law tests the homeownership history of both the home buyer and his/her spouse. Repeat home buyers do not have to purchase a home that is more expensive than their previous home to qualify for the tax credit.
Navigating through the details of purchasing a home for the first time can be scary. Work with someone who has experience & patience to guide you along the way.
Budgeting, pre-qualifying, closing costs, evaluating market values plus investment values, returns on improvements, negotiating tactics,home inspections..there are a myriad of considerations. You need someone
with experience you can trust.
Take a look at the BUYING PROCESS DIAGRAM that depicts the
steps and details. Our Resources Section has additional information
explaining each step.
- SHORT SALES & BANK-OWNED PROPERTIES Arizona's unique buying environment The economic downturn created a number of distressed sellers & reposessed property. Although this has created oppotunities, with banks involved in the negotiations, the dynamics of negotiating is different for this type of property.
- I am a full-time, professional with over 20 years experience
- You can always reach me or my office 24/7
- I have many years proven experience with successful negotiations
- Our very first step is to thoroughly discuss your goals and develop a customized plan of attack.
- I LISTEN
- I won't waste your time
- I use the latest computerized systems and tools
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