With the first-time homebuyer tax credit expiration impending, many in the industry are trying to determine how the program’s departure will affect the market. Jonathan Litt, a Real Estate Investment Trust analyst and founder of securities management team Land and Buildings, told MSNBC in this video that the market right now has a “false sense” of what the real buyer demand is because of the tax credit. “You can’t really take the current housing statistics too seriously,” Litt said.
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