Temporary Tax Break Designed to Stimulate Housing Demand
Thu, Jun 12, 2008
In order to stimulate the housing market, a tax credit for first-time homebuyers was passed on May 9 by the House. The inventory of housing is very good and interest rates are low. This will motivate more and more Americans to purchase a home for the first time with a tax credit of up to $7,500 to be used as a down payment for a home. The taxpayers would have over 15 years to repay the credit without interest.
An increase in housing activity would help millions of homeowners and those who depend on building and selling homes for a living.
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