Even buyers who nail down a contract with the seller by the April 30 deadline can’t be sure the purchase will close within the required two months.
“That’s where you get into that riverboat-gambling mentality,” said Jim Ruddy, the longtime real-estate agent representing Nacion-Ograyensek and her husband.
“Is it worth gambling that $8,000?”
At this point in the tax-credit countdown, buyers interested in purchasing a short sale must decide whether they are really committed to that property — enough that they would still want to purchase it if they miss the June 30 tax-credit deadline, Ruddy said.
https://grandriverrealty.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/GrandRiverLogo-med.png00petedroverhttps://grandriverrealty.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/GrandRiverLogo-med.pngpetedrover2010-02-22 12:14:302018-03-09 12:32:50Short sale buyers may not make tax credit deadline
Let's Find Your Next Home Today!
The people at Grand River Realty are eager for your business! We invite you to please fill out our contact form or contact an agent direct. Lets get started today!