Are you a first time home buyer? Thinking about buying a home for the first time? Did you know that the first time home buyers tax credit has been extended? It’s also been raised depending on the amount of income you make. If you make up to $125,000 as an individual or $225,000 as a family, you can still get the tax credit. For first-time homebuyers, or those who have not owned in the last three years, can receive up to an $8,000 tax credit. That’s an incredible value and can help you get into the home you’ve always wanted without having to get mixed up in crazy loans that have help to wreck the economy.

The home buyer’s tax credit is helping to rebuild the country and put American’s into homes. There is already an estimated $22 billion has already been added to the general economy because of this tax credit. How incredible is that? Using this tax credit to help buy your first time home isn’t just sound fiscal reponsibility, but it’s patriotic as well. Check out this video for more information about what the tax credit has done and how you can use it…

The folks at Coldwell want to help you get into a home. If you’re a first time home buyer, they have all the information to help make sure you get that tax credit. Check out their website at First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit for more information and you could be headed to your first home in no time.

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