Lancaster County PA Realty Check

First Time Buyer so you like to live dangerously ? - Well now you are on the edge.

Time is quickly running out for the $8,000 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit.  Homes must be settled before December 1, 2009 in order to qualify for the credit. A recent post by Jennifer Fivelsdal spelled out the situation.

This can be cash in your pocket from Uncle Sam!  If you live in Lancaster County PA and want to take advantage of the tax credit, email brian@cbselectpros.com or call (717) 951-5552.

Ms. First time buyer you spent the last several months looking at homes, actually you pretty much went through the entire inventory within your price range; foreclosures, single family homes, and townhouses yet you never pulled the trigger.

The $8000 tax credit  for first time buyers was something you hoped to get; yes who doesn't like free money.  News flash for you , it is now mid September and based on how long it is taking to close on a home I would say you are right on the edge.

No more opportunity to delay, you have come to the end of road; so make it a top priority to pick out that property this week and just maybe you can close by November 30Th and benefit from the tax credit.

First Time Buyers

 

Jennifer Fivelsdal- Associate Broker- Keller Williams Realty Team - 845-758-6842- jennifer@jfivehomes.com  and www.jfivehomes.com   

I would love to assist you with your real estate needs. 

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