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5 Things You Need To Know
When Building A New Home
Building your new home is an exciting and at times overwhelming experience, but for your builder it is very routine, which is why you need to be an active participant in all aspects of the home building process to ensure you end up with "YOUR" dream home.

Building your new home cannot be a passive exercise, because there are so many decisions that "must be" made by you. If you are unable or unwilling to make these decisions, you will force your builder to make them and run the risk that your new home won't turn out the way you envisioned it or cost what you thought. Here are 5 things you must know and take into consideration when building your new home:
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Time to Hurry! The first-time homebuyer tax credit is set to expire on Dec. 1, 2009. This credit only applies to those who buy or build a home on or after Jan. 1 and before Dec. 1, 2009. The tax credit is equivalent to 10 percent of the purchase price of the home — which must be a principal residence — but is capped at $8,000. It applies only to first-time homebuyers, who are defined as buyers that haven't owned principal residences for three years before making the purchase.

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