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SOURCE: Americas Watchdog 5
The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "We do not have time for the November 2012 elections for the U.S. Congress to get innovative about job creation, and or stabilizing a vital part of the US economy-our residential real estate markets. A year ago we proposed the Home Buyer Tax Credit initiative because it would not only dramatically impact our residential real estate markets in a meaningful way, it would also put tens of thousands of U.S. Citizens back to work in the private sector, and we are putting it back on the table." The group says,"We cannot afford to allow our U.S. residential real estate markets to decline, or flounder any longer, and we say Congress needs to move forward with this legislation right away." The group says, "As opposed to one of President Obama's Shovel Ready Jobs Gambles, a Congressionally sponsored robust, U.S. residential real estate federal tax credit initiative would produce an instant positive effect for the floundering U.S. economy, and it would be enormously helpful in stabilizing the U.S. residential real estate markets. If we will not get meaningful economic leadership from the Obama Administration, or the White House, we are urging U.S. House Speaker Boehner, and his congressional colleagues to step up to the plate with something that will work. However, to really work the program must include all types of residential real estate buyers, including investors, and we think the tax credit should be $15,000 per house." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
(PRWEB) June 11, 2012
The Homeowners Consumer Center is urging the U.S. Congress to immediately resurrect the Home Buyers Tax Credit, in order to stabilize residential real estate markets throughout the United States. The group estimates that such legislation could have a dramatic impact on job creation, as well as stabilizing many residential real estate markets throughout the United States. The group says, "The reason the former attempt at a tax credit for home buyers was not as successful as it could have been, is it was limited to first time home buyers only. We say give a $15,000 tax credit to anyone who is qualified to buy a house, including investors, and do it now." The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "tragically its pretty apparent President Obama, and his administration do not have a clue about creating jobs. If the U.S. Congress will enact this new robust Home Buyers Tax Incentive Legislation, that is open to all qualified individuals, or investors, we will not only see a dramatic stabilization of many to most of our nations major real estate markets, we will also put lots of U.S. citizens back to work. Not only would this type of legislation help real estate agents, mortgage brokers, or home inspectors, it would also create jobs in construction, in home remodeling, retail, insurance, etc. This type of legislation would be an instant win for the US economy, but it needs to happen now." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "The average U.S. citizen is tired of Politics as usual in Washington,DC, and no the U.S. Economy is not doing fine. Our suggested U.S. Residential Real Estate Tax Credit legislative initiative will put real estate agents, home inspectors, mortgage brokers, insurance agents, contractors, and all types of people back to work, as well as doing something dramatic to stabilize the US residential real estate markets.We have just a couple of simple requests with respect to this legislation, we want a up, or down vote, with no earmarks, or additions, and we have one other strong suggestion-only qualified individuals can participate in this program. In other words if you cannot afford to buy a house, or afford to make the monthly payments, this program does not apply to you." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
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