First time home buyers take the $8,000 up front… EDITTED

by Maureen McCabe on May 13, 2009

Edited – not happening… HUD can’t do this.
real-advice First Time Home  Buyer Tax Credit

Or your “up to $8,000.” (It is a 10% tax credit.)

First Time Home Buyers Tax Credit

Breaking News from the National Association of REALTORS® Mid Year meetings:

“The biggest news was HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan’s announcement that funds from the $8,000 First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit would be available for FHA financing, which would permit home buyers to monetize their tax credits for down payments. He promised additional details about this in his keynote address. Stay tuned for more info!”

Soon the tax credit can be a loan up front. Stay tuned to this blog as more news is coming soon…

Or contact me NOW and we can start working on getting you into a home.

More about buying that Central Ohio home on a blog about Worthington:

First time buyer tax credit income limits

Buying a home; It’s about time

Buying a home in Central Ohio should not be scary

Those posts are on a site for Worthington but apply to home buyers in Columbus, Dublin, Grandview Heights, Lewis Center, Powell, Upper Arlington, Westerville, etc.

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