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  • n. Plural form of homebuyer.

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Examples

  • Also, it’s a bad idea to use the median income as your baseline, because the median income of homebuyers is going to be higher than the median income in general.

    Matthew Yglesias » Bipartisan Folly

  • It's still unclear how much, if any, of the recent increase is because of the federal tax credit for new homebuyers, which is set to expire next week.

    WRAL.com Top Stories

  • A few things that will signal improvements in the credit market: a drop in the required down payment for well-qualified homebuyers, which is typically 30% or more now; increased availability of car loans for subprime borrowers with a credit score below 680; and banks 'willingness to increase their customers' credit-card limits, if asked.

    MSN Money Finance Tips

  • One to be offered would extend the tax credit for first time homebuyers, which is set to expire next month.

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  • If you missed out on the $8,000 federal tax credit for first-time homebuyers, which is set to expire after Nov. 30, don't despair.

    ScrippsNews

  • In places like Dubai global homebuyers acquire houses but never really move in.

    The Cities Of the Plane

  • Right now, families who have watched their home values decline over the last few years want nothing more than homebuyers like Millie to buy the vacant homes in their neighborhoods.

    Shaun Donovan: How We Can Really Help Families

  • Bay notes that Broad "built his fortune bringing a vision of suburbia to homebuyers across California and the Southwest" with his company KB Home.

    VIDEO: Eli Broad Bets On Downtown LA

  • I will also assume that readers know that the securities, themselves, were fraudulent from inception because they did not meet those "PSAs" the very strict requirements governing securitizations -- most important of which was the requirement that the Trustees obtain the "wet ink" notes of the homebuyers, something that apparently was never done.

    L. Randall Wray: Nightmare on Wall Street

  • Driving the rental market is a broader national shift in the attitudes of would-be homebuyers, from the low-end to high-end, as they increasingly turn to renting while homeownership rates drop.

    Related Switches Condos to Rentals

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