For those of you still planning on taking advantage of the $8000 tax credit for purchasing a new home in Shawnee, Lee’s Summit, Overland Park, and the rest of the Kansas City Metro time is running out. Don’t count on the tax credit getting extended. There is some opposition against extending it. In order to get closed in time you will need to be contracted within the next 1 – 2 weeks. Most large lending institutions have already cut people off. At Pulaski Bank we have a commitment to our clients to get it done if at all possible. Remember that the deadline for closing is November 30th. However, you need to take into account a couple of items. First is that the bill actually reads that the Deed or Mortgage has to be recorded by November 30th as well. Whether the IRS will check this or not I don’t know, but you sure don’t want to risk it. The other item to consider is that November 30th falls on the Monday after Thanksgiving. So you really need to be closed by November 25th to be assured that you make the deadline. If you are out searching for a lender and a mortgage planner that will get you the best rates and the lowest costs, as well as, get you closed in time to get the $8000 tax credit look no further. Call Curtis Schartz, Certified Mortgage Planner at Pulaski Bank today to get your pre-approval.



Time is running out for 1st time home buyers in Kansas City, Lees Summit, Overland Park and the rest of the Country to receive an$8000 tax credit for purchasing a home. There are 3 months left to take advantage of the low interest rates and this great incentive. If you know of anyone that is thinking about purchasing a home make sure and have them contact Certified Mortgage Planner Curtis Schartz. Even if they don’t think that they have the money down there may be a solution. At Pulaski Bank we have several solutions for buyers to get into homes with no money down or zero down home loans. It is important that we get started on this process right away. The $8000 tax credit rules state that you must close prior to December 1st, 2009. The typical time frame to close on a house is 30 days plus the time that it takes for you to find a home. In order to be sure you close in time you will want to be contracted by mid October. There will be a big push at the end with people trying to purchase a home to get  in on the tax credit before it expires .Don’t get left out in the cold. Contact me today so we can get your pre-approval process started and get you on the road to home ownership.