It’s hard not to laugh when viewing the results of the federal first-time home-buyer tax credit. The credit, worth up to $8,000 for the purchase of a home, has only been available since April of.
(President Obama has signed off on the bill approving of the extension of the $8,000 New Home Buyer Tax Credit until April 30, 2010) First-time home buyers aren’t instantly eligible for the tax break. There are a set of requirements you must meet in order to get the $8,000 tax credit on your first time homebuyer mortgage.
On a 98-0 vote, the Senate passed a measure to extend until April 30, 2010, an $8,000 tax credit for first time buyers that is scheduled. and send the measure to President Barack Obama, who is.
Mortgage News > Obama to sign homebuyer tax credit extension: Date: 11/06/2009 After weeks of debate Senate and House leaders are presenting an extension of the first-time home buyer tax credit for the President’s approval today.
In a report today by the Canton Daily Ledger in Canton, Illinois, Congressman Phil Hare (D-17th District) yesterday discussed the extension of the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit at a public meeting in Canton. During his remarks, Congressman Hare stated that President Obama said that he would sign the extension if it reaches his desk.
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — President Obama signed an extension and expansion of the first-time homebuyers tax credit on Friday. The $8,000 credit was scheduled to lapse on Dec. 1 but will now be in effect through the end of June. Homebuyers must sign a contract before April 30 and close by June 30.
President Barack Obama signed the "Worker, Homeownership and Business Assistance Act of 2009" into law on Friday, extending the first-time homebuyer tax credit as well as certain jobless.
The current deadline requires those buyers to close the transaction by June 30 to receive the $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers. The Senate must still approve the measure before President.
The Obama administration is urging Congress to approve a limited extension of the first-time homebuyer tax credit, and a one-year extension of the temporary $729,750 loan limit in high-cost housing.
And unfortunately Congress and successive administrations appear all too willing to recreate the very conditions that led to the disaster. President Obama today signed a $24 billion economic stimulus bill one of whose main features is an extension and expansion of a "temporary" first-time homebuyer tax credit worth up to $8,000 per household.