If you’re wondering where Massachusetts real estate may be headed in 2010, there’s a new YouTube video which will give you some possible answers.
New YouTube Video
Created by Franklin, MA Realtor Warren Reynolds, the video examines the likely beneficial effects the Federal Home Buyer Tax Credits will have in stimulating housing demand and extending the ongoing MA home value rebound.
Long-term homeowner Home Buyer Tax Credit helps trade-up and trade-down buyers
The $8,000 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit was recently extended to April 30, 2010. And Congress created a new $6,500 long-term homeowner Home Buyer Tax Credit which should help real estate markets across the nation. But the effect on MA home values should be especially strong because the local market has been in recovery mode since last March.
Trade-up and trade-down home buyers take note: if you’ve been in your current Massachusetts home for a number of years and qualify for the tax credit, now looks to be a good time to make that move you’ve been thinking about!
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