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Happy 4th of July to everyone! Did you realize you have until the end of the year to take advantage of the first time homebuyer tax credit? Did you also know there is an ADDITIONAL $10000 tax credit in California to purchase new brand construction? Did you know there are FHA loans that will allow [...]
Knowing when it expires and that it is for $8000, isn’t enough yet that is what 99% of the videos about it tell you. Here is what you NEED to know and the DATES to focus on!
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Question of the Day, July 24, 2009
Does the $8,000 Tax Credit only apply to those with an FHA Loan? Can I go for a CONVENTIONAL Loan and still ge?
Does the $8,000 Tax Credit only apply to those with an FHA Loan? Can I go for a CONVENTIONAL Loan and still get the $8,000 Tax Credit?
Is a first-time homeowners loan required to claim the $8,000 credit; does a conventional loan qualify as well?
My wife and I are buying a house on a conventional loan but are first-time buyers. Also, would we have to live there for at least 3 years or can we live there for 2 1/2 years and rent it out and still qualify?