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Archive for November 2009

Tax Credit Questions Answered

The complexity of new home buyer tax credits leaves potential buyers with many questions. Here are answers to some of the most confusing: How does a current home owner qualify for the $6,500 credit? Buyers must have lived in their homes for at least five out of the last eight years. The home they buy…

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Home Mortgage Rates Set to Move Higher in Spring

NOW maybe the last opportunity to take advantage of the low interest rates. The low rates and the available tax credits makes this a great time to buy. Reed Construction Data economist sees upward pressure on home mortgage rates Jim Haughey, Chief Economist, Reed Construction Data November 17, 2009 as reported by HousingZone 30-year fixed…

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Winter Home Maintenance Reminder

As colder weather approaches, The B.O.L.D. Company want to remind you to take a few key steps to ensure that your home serves you well through the coming months. Please take time to check these items in and around your home and attend to any that need maintenance: * Clean and test smoke alarms. *…

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Home Buyer Tax Credit Brings Hope to Housing

Check out the latest from the respected Economists of the National Association of Home Builders: Home Buyer Tax Credit Brings Hope to Housing The housing market received what should prove to be a real boost when, earlier this month, Congress and the President extended the first-time home buyer tax credit that was set to expire…

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Color Trends for 2010

What colors are going to be in for 2010? That’s the question designers, decorators and home goods manufactures are trying to determine. The Paint Quality Institute recently released its color trends for 2010 as consumers continue to take their cues from today’s soft economy and a variety of social influences. In addition, the institute says,…

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Federal and State of Kentucky Home Purchasing Tax Credit Program

UPDATED NOVEMBER 7TH. The first time home buyers Federal tax credit has been extended and expanded by the Senate and House and on Friday November 6th the President signed the bill. The new law will extend the $8,000 credit for first-time home buyers for sales contracts entered into by April 30, 2010 and closed by…

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