You bought your first home -- now what? Nearly 6.4 million homes were purchased in the U.S. last year -- and many of them are owned by young first-time buyers like you, who now find themselves wondering, What's next? And with the subprime crisis quickly becoming a general slide in the housing market, you're looking for guidance on how to stay on track financially. With Nolo's Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home, you'll get the crucial information that will make the difference between worrying about your home and enjoying every minute you spend there. Packed with tips and timely reminders, our latest USA TODAY book gives you the lowdown on: prioritizing purchases maintenance and repairs safety and security insurance neighbors and disputes taxes remodeling and working with contractors decorating and renovating on a budget mortgages and refinancing, and preparing your home for an eventual sale. This slim volume could potentially save you and your family thousands of dollars -- and perhaps even your home. Turn to this all-in-one resource for the tools and tips you need to keep home ownership simple and fun!Ilona Bray J.D.. You may be able to take advantage of some of the tax credits for homebuyers or homeowners, including: Hybrid car tax credit. ac purchase a brand- new hybrid vehicle before 2010, and you may qualify for a tax credit (theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essential Guide for First Time Homeowners|
|Author||:||Ilona Bray J.D.|
|Publisher||:||Nolo - 2008-10-03|