Eastbrook Homes Offers Free Tax Credit Downloads to Buyers in Today's Once-in-a-Lifetime Housing Market

Eastbrook Homes, a Michigan based home and community builder is offering home buyers quick,easy access to extended tax credit information to better use the price and financial advantages offered in the best home buyers market in recent memory.

Grand Rapids, MI, November 22, 2009 --(PR.com)-- "We want people to know what an incredible deal this market is right now so they don't miss out." said Bob Sorensen of Eastbrook Homes. "Costs and interest rates will go up as demand increases, but right now and through June 2010 the housing market is at an all time best price for new and repeat buyers. The federal tax credits detailed in the FAQ list add to what is fast becoming the most amazing buyers market we have seen in over 40 years of home building."

Now, in addition to first time home buyers, the extended tax credits include buyers who have lived in their homes for five years or more. First time buyers may qualify for up to $8,000 while repeat buyers may qualify for up to $6,500. The tax credit income limits have also been increased and the deadline is extended through June 2010. Eastbrook homes website is making available free downloads of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list, compiled from the federal government information, detailing who may qualify and what types of housing may qualify.

To get a copy of the Eastbrook Homes Federal Housing Tax Credit FAQ Information Package visit the website at newhometaxcredit.net for the free download.

Eastbrook Homes offers Michigan and Alabama buyers new homes and communities of exceptional housing value, choice and service. The privately held company is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. To learn more, visit www.eastbrookhomes.com.

Eastbrook Homes, Inc.
Bob Sorensen