First time home buyers tax credit gone? Many keep asking me, my feeling is that it is.

Asked by Stephen Starke, East Aurora, NY Sat May 8, 2010

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Ryan Walley, Agent, Williamsville, NY
Fri Oct 15, 2010
Its now October 15th and a client just asked me if the tax credit is still available....

I told him all of the benefits of homeownership, coupled with it being a buyers market and low interest rates, that far outweigh an $8k max rebate.
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Dan Chase, Home Buyer, Texas City, TX
Sun May 9, 2010
The bribe is gone. People will have to buy now just because they actually and factually want to own a house... and PAY for it instead of being paid to buy it.
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Dan Chase, Home Buyer, Texas City, TX
Sun May 9, 2010
The bribe is gone. People will have to buy now just because they actually and factually want to own a house... and PAY for it instead of being paid to buy it.
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Jeanne Feeni…, Agent, Basking Ridge, NJ
Sun May 9, 2010
...gonzo!

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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Sat May 8, 2010
Don't believe it will be renewed, too much national debt--remind your buyers to keep an eye out on those interest rates, who knows when and if they will creep up and how quickly and by how much--for some, higher interest rates will mean less buying power.
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Carmen Di Bi…, Agent, Nyack, NY
Sat May 8, 2010
Yes, it is done. No, it doesn't look like there will be another extentsion, nor should there be, I feel. If a buyer hasn't taken advantage of the first two, combined with low interest rates, chances are he/she won't come out for another round. People who want to/need to/are able to, will continue to purchase regardless of a tax credit.
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Stephen Star…, Agent, East Aurora, NY
Sat May 8, 2010
yes, i know that it is currently expired but many keep asking if it will return ...I think we are done there
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Jeri Creson, Agent, Studio City, CA
Sat May 8, 2010
It's over! At least the Federal tax credit is. One had to be in a binding contract prior to 4/30/2010. If they were in contract before that, they can still receive the credit as long as they close escrow by 6/30/2010.
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