For people who want to own a home, the premium to buy—the spread between what they’d spend to rent and what they’d pay for a mortgage—is much lower than the 15-year average in many cities.
The homebuyer tax credit is not as simple or straightforward as you might think. Here are some nuances that will affect homebuyers who plan to use it.
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If you have purchased a home or are considering buying a home, then you’ve probably heard about home inspections. So what exactly is a home inspection, when does a home inspection occur, how much does it cost, how can the information uncovered by an inspection be used, and how can you find an inspector?
Good news homebuyers: You can file for your $8,000 first-time buyer tax credit again.
It's a great time to buy or sell a home... Interest rates are at, or near, an all time low, the government extended the tax credit of up to $8,000 for qualified first-time home buyers and they introduced a new tax credit of up to $6,500 for qualified repeat home buyers.
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