Using the Tax Credit

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Buying foreclosed homes always offers a chance for a great deal, but now that the Foreclosure Prevention Act of 1998 provides homebuyers with a tax credit of $7,500 to use towards buying a foreclosure, it's never been easier to get a great foreclosure for a great price.

Take Advantage of the Market

Take Advantage of the Market

Right now, the foreclosure market is booming. We've all heard about the struggles of the real estate market, but while it may be a tough time for the industry, it's actually a great time for the homebuyer. Prices are very low, and since buying a home foreclosure gives you the chance to earn a discount of anywhere from 10% to 50% off market value, the chance for great savings has never been better.

How Can I Use My Tax Credit?

How Can I Use My Tax Credit?

The new tax credit provides each citizen with $7,500 that they can use to pay for foreclosure homes, which offers an additional discount. The federal government is encouraging the buy-up as a means of remedying the problems of the market. With so many distressed properties out there, they want people to look into investing in foreclosure homes to help point the market in a new direction. And, besides the obvious financial benefits, it's extremely easy to find these discounted properties. There are plenty of foreclosure properties for sale all over the country. Investors are finding great listings all over, and since anyone who pays income tax is eligible for the tax credit, anyone looking for a new home has to look into bank or government foreclosures. Learn now how to build you credit

Get Help Buying Foreclosures

Get Help Buying Foreclosures

BankForeclosuresSale.com can provide you with great listings and all kinds of information to help you take full advantage of your tax credit. Contribute to future foreclosure prevention and your own savings on a home purchase by searching for foreclosure property with us today!

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