first time homebuyers

The First Time Homebuyers tax credit has been so helpful for many Buyers in the Denver market.  We’ve been helping people take advantage of this incentive for months now and as the deadline looms in the near future (December 1, 2009) we’ve been seeing more and more of our prospects jumping on the money! Above […]


The first major change to the $8,000 home buyers tax credit began making it’s way through Congress last week, giving some hope to real estate and mortgage professionals, but even more to first time home buyers that have not yet taken advantage of this opportunity. Several smaller bills were combined into the “Service Members Home […]


First Time Homebuyers are Finding Great Deals on Denver Condos For Sale! The Spire condo project located in the heart of downtown Denver is offering new buyers up to a $35,000 incentive. One Lincoln Park, located at 2001 Lincoln,  is now “Priced for Today’s Market.” Even some Colorado mountain resort condos have knocked thousands of […]

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First Time Home Buyers are finding the Tax Credit to be fueling rapid sales in Denver and an overall sense of urgency to jump on the great deals on homes in the Denver market.


Time is right for buying homes in Denver. Interest rates are low, the $8,000 tax credit is sweet and Sellers are motivated. What might help is a best in class home search site! Here it is.


A great resource for determining your eligibility for the $8,000 first time home buyers tax credit.


All in all Perry 6 condos offers something for everyone from the first time home buyers to the downsizing couple in a well thought out and executed package. If you are looking for a West Highlands condo for sale, Perry 6 is your place!


The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 authorizes a tax credit of up to $8,000 for qualified first-time home buyers purchasing a principal residence on or after January 1, 2009 and before December 1, 2009.


Not only is now a great time to Buy a Denver Home because of high levels of inventory and low mortgage rates– But also because the IRS is making it as easy as ever with tax credits!