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Tax Credit Loan Program: The "Prefund" Program

Tax Credit Loan Program

The "Prefund" Program

Looking for a way to use the $8,000 tax credit NOW to buy a home?

  Need help with a down payment?

Steve Kappre - Helping you make "cents" of it allTreasury Mortgage is at the forefront offering a "prefund" program to qualified home buyers, allowing them to purchase a home NOW utilizing the government's tax credit program. If a buyer is eligible for the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit, than they may also qualify to utilize that same tax credit money NOW for the required down payment needed to buy their first home.

In a nutshell, you are given a short term loan for the tax credit money, and you pay it back after you get your tax credit next tax season. It is a simple concept. And since the prefund amount is $5,000, you may also have tax credit money left over for whatever you like.

Call Steve Kappre today to gather more information and to get pre-approved for this program for First-Time Home Buyers. (Those not owning a home in the last 3 years).


Steve Kappre

Treasury Mortgage - A Division of Aurora Financial Group


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Comment balloon 12 commentsRichard & Carol DeGrace • April 28 2009 09:39PM
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