Robert Freedman of Realtor Magazine recently sat down with Linda Goold, The National Association of Realtors’ director of tax policy, and Samuel Whitfield, an NAR legislative representative to discuss the possibility of an extension. The tax credit has been, in Freedman’s words, “the economic recovery’s workhorse.” To date, over 1.4 million households have used the credit. Goold and Whitfield both point out that there is bi-partisan support for extending the credit, but the current Dec 1 deadline is quickly approaching. To watch Freedman, Goold, and Whitfield further discuss of this issue, click HERE.
Will the $8000 first-time home buyer’s tax credit be extended?
by DPadmin | Sep 29, 2009 | Mortgages, News, Real Estate, Taxes, Tips for Buyers, Tips for Sellers | 0 comments