The Parc Offering $8k Credit

The Parc is really looking to move its remaining units and is offering a $8,000 credit to match the first time home buyer credit of $8,000. I wonder if you don’t qualify for the first time home buyer credit are you still eligible for the Parc one?

Fine print:

The $8,000 Intracorp matching credit is applied towards Buyer’s pre-paids & closing costs as Lender will allow. Offer expires 8/31/09. Contact

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  • rossjordan

    ” I wonder if you don’t qualify for the first time home buyer credit are you still eligible for the Parc one?”

    The element (who is also intracorp) advertised that you are still eligible for their $8000 bonus, even if you don't qualify for the $8000 uncle sam special. I'd guess the same is true with the parc.

  • http://www.realogics.com/ Chris Rossman

    Matt-

    Yes, the incentive we are offering at the Parc is eligible for both first time buyers as well as non-first time buyers. The only difference is that the first time buyers will receive the $8,000 tax credit in addition to the $8,000 provided by Intracorp. Stop by this weekend for our Open House Sat & Sun from 12-5. Only 2 homes remaining!

  • Chris

    Hardly anyone who will be thinking about buying those units will qualify for Uncle Sam's credit….word on the street, though, is that Feds will be offering a $15 k credit without income limits next year. They are trying real hard to reinflate…

  • Chris

    Hardly anyone who will be thinking about buying those units will qualify for Uncle Sam's credit….word on the street, though, is that Feds will be offering a $15 k credit without income limits next year. They are trying real hard to reinflate…