The Homebuyer Tax Credit: Do You Know When You Have to Be In Contract By?

The Home Buyer Tax Credit, which was extended late last year, is running out of time for you to use it if you plan on purchasing a home.

The Home Buyer Tax Credit is available to first time home buyers and current homeowners alike the only difference is that the first time home buyers will receive a larger tax credit than those who are currently homeowners or have owned a home within the last three years.

If you are considering buying a house in New York or New Jersey now may be the time for you to purchase a home because of the home buyer tax credit that you can receive if you are in contract by April 30, 2010.  If you would like to discuss with one of our real estate attorney’s whether now is a good time for you to take advantage of purchasing a home while receiving up to $8,000 (or $6,500 if you have owned a home within the last 3 years).

To speak with a Staten Island real estate lawyer from our law firm call 800.976.4904 or email us and we will respond back to you.

Steven T. Decker is an experienced real estate lawyer, author and speaker. With over 20 years of experience, Steven represents individuals and investors in the purchase of residential and commercial real property. Steven is the author of "The Five Myths that can Ruin the Purchase of Your Home" and he is the publisher of the "New York Real Estate Law Blog". If you are buying or selling a home or commercial property in Staten Island, New York City or New Jersey contact Steven T. Decker, Esq. to discuss the services that he offers and how his legal representation will assist you.

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