Texas Mortgage Credit Program

What is a Mortgage Credit Certificate?  A Mortgage Credit Certificate  allows the homebuyer to claim a tax credit for some portion of the mortgage interest paid per year.  It is a dollar for dollar reduction against their federal tax liability. Note:  The Mortgage Interest Credit (MCC) is a non-refundable tax credit, therefore, the Homebuyer MUST have tax liability in order to take advantage of the tax credit.

Who is eligible to receive an MCC?  The program is open to those individuals and families who:

  • meet income and home purchase requirements;
  • have not owned a home as primary residence in the past three (3) years;
  • meet the qualifying requirements of the mortgage loan;
  • will use the home as their principal/primary residence.

Note:  The MCC may not be used in connection with the refinancing of an existing loan.  Targeted Areas

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Central Texas Real Estate News and Stats

The  market also featured one percent fewer new listings, 25 percent fewer active  listings and 25 percent more pending sales in January 2013 compared to the  prior year. On average, homes spent 71 days on the market, which is a decrease  of 14 days from one year prior.
Chairman  Coneway continued,

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