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I own an apartment in a condominium development that I am trying to sell. I have a potential buyer who wants to use an FHA loan because of its low down-payment requirements, but he says my project is not on FHA’s “approved” list. That strikes me as somewhat discriminatory, so my question is, does the FHA have such a list? And if it does, how come my condo isn’t on it and how does it get on it?
I have been with potential buyers recently who are eligible for the tax credit and have asked this question. The first question is understandable but the second question I was concerned about. They were under the impression that since it is 2010 they had to file for the tax credit on their 2010 taxes (which makes since). This is not the case at all. If you are eligible for the tax credit, and you close on a new home before June 30, 2010 you can file for this tax credit on your 2009 taxes.
Should I work exclusively with an agent to buy, or find homes online and call the listing agents on the homes that I like? – Lorri Doss, Huntsville, AL