Washington Park Denver Real Estate Buyers Claim Your Tax Credit

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Washington Park Denver Real Estate Buyers Claim Your Tax Credit

The federal tax credit for first-time Washington Park Denver Real Estate homebuyers has been expanded. It now includes homeowners who have lived in their current home for at least five years and purchase a new home. Homeowners who buy a new home in Washington Park Denver can claim a $6,500 tax credit. A tax credit is much better than a tax deduction because Washington Park Denver Real Estate owners who buy a home will get the entire $6,500. First-time buyers will get $8,000 from the federal government.

Homeowners in Washington Park Denver who want to take advantage of this great government program need to get their Washington Park Denver Real Estate for sale as soon as possible and sell their house fast. They need to get their current home sold and get under contract to purchase their new home before April 30, 2010. There are income limits too. The income limit for single taxpayers is $125,000 and the limit is $225,000 for married taxpayers filing a joint return.

Washington Park Denver Real Estate homeowners, who have lived in their current home at least five years, need to complete the following steps to claim their $6,500 tax credit:

Get a home value estimate from a qualified Washington Park Denver REALTOR® to see if it makes sense for them to sell their home at this time.
List their current home for sale with a Washington Park Denver REALTOR® who has a Washington Park Denver Real Estate property marketing plan to get their home sold fast.
Search Washington Park Denver Real Estate listings to find their dream home and sign a purchase contract before April 30, 2010.
Close on both properties by June 30, 2010.
Move into their new dream home and collect their $6,500!

Washington Park Denver first-time homebuyers need to complete the following steps to claim their $8,000 tax credit:

Search Washington Park Denver Real Estate listings to find their dream home and sign a purchase contract before April 30, 2010.
Close on their new home by June 30, 2010.
Move into their new dream home and collect their $8,000!

Washington Park in Denver, Colorado is a great community of older homes and pop-tops with lots of amenities. Shops, restaurants, and bars are within walking distance. Washington park is a great place to get some excercise or relax on a nice day.

David Lampe is a residential REALTOR® specializing in the Denver Metro area including Washington Park Denver Real Estate. He has over ten years of Web marketing experience to put to work for buyers and sellers. He combines expert Internet skills with a passion for real estate to assist Washington Park Denver Real Estate buyers and sellers with exceptional service.

Visit David's Web site for more Washington Park Denver Real Estate information, or call or text him at 303.550.8563.

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