Tuesday, March 17, 2009

$8,000 Tax Credit Goes Viral on Facebook and Youtube

Social Networking has become a term that is universal throughout the globe, and is one of the most cost effective and efficient ways to disseminate information to the public.

NAHB is utilizing two of the most popular social networking sites, Facebook and Youtube, to educate first-time home buyers about the new $8,000 tax credit. To coincide with what I've been blogging about, I recommend you check out NAHB's Facebook and Youtube pages, which has access to the latest information and resources on the tax credit, including a consumer-focused Q&A video and television public service announcement. There is a lot of valuable information to get consumers off of the fence and into their first home.

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1 comments:

Anonymous March 17, 2009 at 9:06 AM  

Drop The Rent!!!

At HometownRenter.com we understand that you want to get the highest rent for your property. Our advice to owners is to make sure to stay competative in the market. A property not rented in most cases is another mortgage payment paid. If the property is worth $1,000 a month but everyone in the community is at $1,000 a month, the chances of you renting your place are very slim. If you drop it to $950 you will be able to rent your place fast and not miss another month.

Well qualified applicants are aware they are a hot commodity in this era of tarnished credit and lost jobs. They are shopping their well qualified applications out to the large inventory of investment property on the market. How do you attract them? Drop the rent! Gimmicks do not work–these people have worked hard to keep their credit scores up, their incomes stable and their rental history in tact. Drop the rent…it really is that simple! Prompt placement of a qualified applicant immediately stops the bleeding of lost rents, continued advertisemement expenses and the real possibility of a break in or vandalism. You may not receive top market rent–but you will see regular income that you can count on. Find your best tenants and rental properties for FREE at HometownRenter.com. Your local and national rental site.