If you are looking to buy a house in Spring Texas this year, there is a good chance you are familiar with the first time home buyers tax credit. But did you know the expanded and extended homebuyers tax credit bill that was passed in November 2009 contained a tax credit for what is being called the “move-up” home buyer? This time around our government is not giving all the FREE money to just first time homebuyers. Move-up homebuyers will get some FREE money too. It’s just not as much money as first time homebuyers get.
Here are the details on the tax credit for move-up homebuyers:
If you are not comfortable with your financial position or your employment situation then the move-up tax credit is not going to be an incentive for you to buy a different home in Spring Texas. But ….. if you are comfortable financially and you are thinking about buying a different home this summer, then you seriously need to reconsider the timing of your plans to take advantage of the tax credit.
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