Home buyer tax credits: Are you in?
Almost 80 percent of voters offered a thumbs up. Five percent don't love it or hate it and gave it a sideways thumb. The rest say no thanks.
Some commenters wondered what personal situations were influencing these choices. Sounds like a poll:
Need a refresher? The tentative Senate deal would extend the $8,000 first-time home buyer tax credit -- you could sign a contract through April 30 as long as you closed by June 30. It would also create a new tax credit of up to $6,500 -- starting Dec. 1 -- for repeat buyers who have been in their current homes for at least five years and are getting a new primary residence.
For more details (income limits, price limits, etc.), read this home buyer tax credit post.