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New California Home Buyer Tax credit and more…..

Governor Schwarzenegger today signed into law a bill that establishes a tax credit of up to $10,000 for a newly built home, and up to a $10,000 tax credit for first-time purchasers of existing homes in California. The credit will be available beginning May 1 and be good through Dec. 31, 2010, or when funding is exhausted, whichever comes first. The $200 million allocated for the program is split evenly with $100 million going to purchasers of new homes and $100 million going to first-time buyers of existing homes. Don’t wait…..

There are only 5 weeks left before the first time homebuyer federal tax credit expires!  We encourage you not to delay in getting your pre-approval, so you know how much you qualify for and how much your payments will be

Why go to us for your pre-approval?  The answer is simple – time!  The next five weeks will fly by, and if you go to a “big bank” lender, you will spend the next 4 weeks wondering when you will hear back.  They are great at what they do; they just take a lot longer to do it!  Avoid all the delays, all the anxiety, and go with a trusted direct lender like us.  We can get your loan closed in days – not months!

Program Expiration Dates:

  •  First Time HomeBuyer Credit:  $8000 tax credit expires on July 1st, 2010 (contract must be signed by 4/30/10)The best part – if you have already filed your taxes, you can amend your 2009 tax return and get your $8,000 credit this year!
  • Move Up HomeBuyer Credit:  $6,500 tax credit for current homeowners purchasing another home – expires on July 1st, 2010 (contract must be signed by 4/30/10)

New Service Guarantee:

WE GUARANTEE A SMOOTH LOAN ORIGINATION PROCESS OR WE WILL REFUND UP TO $400 OF YOUR CLOSING COSTS.

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