Monthly Archives: August 2017

IRS confusion over homebuyer tax credits – in 2010 and now?

According to some Federal Laws instituted during the 2008-2013 financial crisis run, there were two basic tax credits for first-time homebuyers to stimulate home purchases: First time homebuyers were offered a $7,500 (married) or $3,750 (single) “refundable” (meaning under certain … Continue reading

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Who’s going to prison or getting fined over real estate or mortgage crimes?

Former Echo Housing Corporation Executive Director Sentenced on Three Counts of Theft Man who defrauded Newport-based real estate development company sentenced to 42 months in prison Smyrna real estate agent pleads guilty to mortgage fraud Real estate agent among two … Continue reading

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