Just the facts: The Easy-To-Understand 2010 Home Buyer Tax Credit Summary

Dan Green, loan officer with Waterstone Mortgage, sent out his email newsletter for today and in it he discusses the 2010 Home Buyer Tax Credit and his very real need to create simple answers to some FAQ’s. Dan says:

11 months after the law’s first passage, I’m still fielding a half-dozen eligibility questions per week. So, to help, I’ve summarized the 2010 Home Buyer Tax Credit on my blog. I think you’ll find it a good reference point — especially for key expiration dates.

  • April 30, 2010 : You must be under contract for your new home
  • June 30, 2010 : You must be closed on your new home

Do you qualify for this Tax Credit? Find out all the details at The Mortgage Reports Blog’s Easy-To-Understand 2010 Home Buyer Tax Credit Program Summary, here.


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