New Home Buyers–Turn $6,500 to $8,000

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Here’s great idea from, Laura Reedy Stukel, an enlightend real estate agent in suburban Chicago.  New home buyers can parlay the new homebuyer tax credit into energy-efficiency improvements, and squeeze out up to an addtional $1,500 in home improvement tax credits–and gain a more comfortable and energy-efficient home in the process.

Thanks,
Mike

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