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Sunday, January 24, 2010


Everything is planned. You will get married in a year; you will have a 3-month honeymoon in romantic places you both have chosen; a year enjoying each other before finally start having kids…oops! Do not forget where your home will be. The family home should be on top of the list of priorities. Thinking about it, having one of your own is no always easy that most of the time couples end up renting. But then, with renting you are forever losing instead of gaining a place to call “mine”. Therefore, I suggest that you make use of the benefits being offered you through the great deals of Real Estate.

Lucky you to be in the United States and is to be a first time home owner or is yet planning to move after 5 consecutive years of staying put, because now you are entitled to $8000 tax credit; and those to have been staying 5 years out of 8 in their homes continuously, $6500. Yes, yes that’s right. If you find yourself qualified, why not hurry and sign a binding contract by the 30th of April, 2010 because it will be closed by the 30th of June of the same year. This First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit really is something to grab, don’t you think?




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