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First Time Home Buyers Tax Credit – but buy before July 2009

First Time Home Buyers Tax Credit – but buy before July 2009

By on Oct 16, 2008 in Homeowner Incentives | 0 comments

By Century 21 Properties Plus – Creaturo & AssociatesJust one more reason now is the time to buy…If you are buying your first home or you haven’t owned a home in over 3 years you may qualify for a tax credit. depending on the price of the home you purchase and your gross income, you can get up to 7,500 tax credit. To receive the maximum tax credit of $7,500, you must have a adjusted gross income below $75,000 for individuals (or $150,000 for joint filers). There is a reduced tax credit available for individuals with a adjusted gross income up to $95,000 (or $170,000 for joint filers). The tax credit is a reduction of taxes you owe. If your tax credit is more than what you owe in taxes, the balance will be refunded to you. The tax credit applies to homes purchased (closed) on or after April 9, 2008, and before July 1, 2009. For more details visit www.FederalHousingTaxCredit.com. Search For properties in the Charleston...

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Charleston SC New Home Builder Buyer Incentives

Charleston SC New Home Builder Buyer Incentives

By on Dec 8, 2007 in Charleston Builders, Homeowner Incentives | 0 comments

By: Darcy Creaturo Buying a New Construction home can still get you a good deal. Recently I had a sale where the buyer I was representing got a check for $2,000 back at closing. They brought no money to the table for a down payment (the builder paid their down payment), they brought no money for closing and they also got 2,000 worth of custom paint on their new home. The reason they got such a great deal is because of builder incentives that the Builder, Lennar Homes, was offering at the time. I have seen Builders offer free Plasma TV’s, free Bonus room, Screen Porches, 20,000 in design center upgrades. Builders will even offer to buy down you mortgage rate if you use their preferred lender. All of these examples are incentives the builders offer to help get their homes to sell. Ryland, DR Horton, Lennar, Centex and other builders offer these incentives to help reach their sale quota but Incentives can really help you as a buyer if you need that extra cash for...

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