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Please do check with a tax advisor though there is always a possibility I could be wrong but it sounds that you are in the same scenario my buyer was in...
I have also attached an article on the Baltimore Sun on the $8000.00 Tax Credit to
Hope this helps!!!!
Ask a knowledgeable CPA.
The main point is to help people buy a home. If you've already been able to do that, and are able to buy another, I would not focus on the tax credit if the answer is "no". Focus on getting into a home during this great buyers market..
IRS Form 5405:
Look at the section titled Who Can Claim the Credit
In general, you can claim the credit if you are a first-time
homebuyer. You are considered a first-time homebuyer if:
You (and your spouse if married) did not own any other
main home during the 3-year period ending on the date of
Main home. Your main home is the one you live in most
of the time. It can be a house, houseboat, housetrailer,
cooperative apartment, condominium, or other type of