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home·buy·er

 (hōm′bī′ər)
n.
One who is in the process of buying a home.
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homebuyer

(ˈhəʊmˌbaɪə)
n
someone who is buying a home
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The surveyed senior mortgage executives said increasing the housing stock and offering consumer subsidies, such as a first-time homebuyer tax credit, could improve affordability for low- and moderate-income homebuyers.
For over 25 years, HCIDLA has operated first-time homebuyer assistance programs, providing eligible first-time homebuyers with purchase assistance in the form of a deferred-payment soft second loan to be used toward down payment, acquisition and closing costs.
To help buyers compete and win offers, Redfin Mortgage offers an underwritten pre-approval, in which all required borrower information is underwritten by the company in advance of the homebuyer finding a property to purchase.
Others raised questions on how to verify whether someone actually is a first-time homebuyer or if the break should be granted to a newly married couple when only one of them has never owned a home.
"The surge in first-time homebuyer demand, and the decline in overall purchases, was driven by supply-demand imbalances in today's housing market," Liu said in a statement.
Lovell and Muse help to sell an existing homebuyer's home and pay the estate agents fees with a Helping Hands scheme, subject to terms and conditions.
Smith-Moore says in order to qualify for down payment assistance, a homebuyer must qualify for a first mortgage through an approved lender.
Nationwide, two-thirds (64 per cent) of over 1,100 buyers did commission a Homebuyer Survey before committing to a sale, with 71 per cent recommending it as value for money as 31 per cent discovered faults or structural problems with their potential property.
In this case, the Tax Court held that a taxpayer who acquired his first home from a family trust was not eligible for the first-time homebuyer credit under IRC Section 36(c)(5), because he purchased the home from a related person.
The homebuyer's lender actually pays the premium for the mortgage insurance--but usually, the price of this premium is added to the homebuyer's monthly mortgage payment.
With the $8,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit expiring at the end of the month, a new real estate contest is hoping to fill the void -- this time targeting sellers.