First-time home buyers in Florida and elsewhere can now borrow money against the Obama administration’s $8,000 tax credit to begin purchasing houses immediately. A group of Florida real estate professionals in March joined other industry members to lobby the government to allow the borrowing, and the effort is paying off, said Toni Pacelli-Hinkley, executive vice president of the Builder Association of South Florida.
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