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Another $15K first-time homebuyer tax credit bill emerges

Questioning First-time homebuyer tax credits

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The much-talked-about $15,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit has made another appearance in Washington, D.C., this time as part of a housing bill introduced in the U.S. Senate. Though certain provisions of the bill contain some of the boldest proposed housing policy changes on record, affordable housing advocates say there’s one critical shortcoming.

The latest iteration, proposed by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), details ⇒

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