The First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit
Biden’s “First Down Payment Tax Credit,” if implemented, would create a permanent, refundable tax credit for first-time buyers. First-time buyers are defined by the federal government as people who have not owned a residence within the previous three years.
The bill will create a refundable tax credit worth up to 10% of the purchase price, or $15,000. Taxpayers can choose to treat the purchase of their home as occurring in the prior taxable year to receive the credit sooner.
As home prices and demand continue to rise locally and nationally to unrivaled levels, the tax break proposal is set to counter the country's affordability crisis by motivating first-time homebuyers, specifically those in low…
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