What does the $8,000 home buyer tax credit mean to me?

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What does the $8,000 first time home buyer tax credit mean to me? Ask our experts!

Condo Buyer Boot Camp will provide you direct access to a panel of experts to answer all your questions about buying in today’s dynamic real estate market and how home buying positively affects your tax situation. Join other home buyers just like you and explore your future home buying opportunities including:

· How the new stimulus package benefits first time home buyers
· How buying a condo today sets you up for huge tax savings year after year
· Real estate market snapshot – the myths and facts about today's market
· The condominium buying process
· All about home loans, first time buyer programs, and credit scores
· Financial planning

Marco Kronen, Urban Condominiums
Craig Walker, Cascade Mortgage
Tim Nausin, Financial Advisor
Roger Cruise, Eukopia Credit Solutions


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Thursday, April 9th
6:30 to 8:00 pm
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1414 12th Avenue #203, Seattle WA 98122

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Event host reserves the right to change the program without notice. Information provided during the event is obtained by sources deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed. Event guests are encouraged to perform independent market research before acting on any information obtained from the event. E&OE.

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