First Time Buyers: You have less than 35 days


Time is running out to take advantage of the $8,000 First Time Home Buyers tax credit, which expires on December 1, 2009. While there has been talk of the government extending or broadening the current program, at this time no such legislation has been passed. What does this mean to you?

Remember, the home buying process takes time. This means that in the next 35 days you must:

  1. Listen to our step-by-step guide for First Time Home Buyers
  2. Find a REALTOR to help you in the home buying process
  3. Get pre-approved for a mortgage with a reputable lender
  4. Find a home
  5. Write, negotiate and ratify an offer on the home
  6. Conduct inspections on the property – Appraisal, Termite, Home Inspection, Radon, Well/Septic, etc
  7. Settle on or before November 30, 2009

For more information, visit our First Time Home Buyer Resource Center, or contact us now for more last minute tips to make sure you meet the deadline!

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