Wall Street Fraud Watchdog Urges The U.S. Congress To Bring Back The Home Buyer Tax Credit To Include Investors For An Instant Positive Economic Impact

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The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog is urging House Speaker Boehner to bring the residential real estate tax credit back to life, in a much more expanded form, that includes all types of real estate buyers, or investors. The group worries, with the ongoing lack of meaningful economic initiatives from the Obama Administration, the U.S. Congress must take the leadership position, with a dedicated effort to stabilize the U.S. residential real estate markets. The group says, "The problem with the Obama-Pelosi Home Buyer Tax Incentive Legislation was it only included first time home buyers. In other words it was shortsighted. What we need now is something much more robust, it should include all potential home buyers, or investors, and as the incentive we think a $15,000 tax credit should be included with each home purchase." The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "We believe a robust congressionally sponsored Home Buyer Tax Credit Incentive Program, would have an immediate positive impact on the ailing US Economy, and we think the U.S. House of Representatives should move on this legislation now." http://WallStreetFraudwatchdog.Com

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Our suggested U.S. Residential Real Estate Tax Credit legislative initiative will put real estate agents, contractors, and all types of people back to work

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "It is vital House Speaker Boehner, and the U.S. House of Representatives move immediately forward with legislation that resurrects the Home Buyer Tax Incentive Legislation. We cannot afford to allow our U.S. residential real estate markets to decline, or flounder any longer, and given the lack of vision from the Obama Administration, we say Congress needs to move forward with this legislation right away." The group says, "As opposed to one of President Obama's Shovel Ready Jobs Gambles, a congressionally sponsored robust, U.S. residential real estate federal tax credit initiative would produce an instant positive effect for the floundering U.S. economy, and it would be enormously helpful in stabilizing the U.S. residential real estate markets. If we will not get meaningful economic ideas from the Obama Administration, or the White House, we are urging Speaker Boehner, and his congressional colleagues to step up to the plate with something that will work. However, to really work the program must include all types of residential real estate buyers, and we think the tax credit should be $15,000." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com

The Wall Street Fraud Watchdog says, "If there is one caveat to our urging the U.S. Congress to implement a robust residential real estate tax credit for all potential home buyers, it's we want an up, or down vote, without Senator Harry Reid including funding for Cowboy Poets, or House Minority Leader Pelosi inserting earmarks for a solar farm in her back yard." The group says, "The average U.S. citizen is tired of Politics as usual in Washington,DC. Our suggested U.S. Residential Real Estate Tax Credit legislative initiative will put real estate agents, contractors, and all types of people back to work. We do not want our suggestion to become Porkorama for House Minority Leader Pelosi, or Senator Harry Reid, and we have one other strong suggestion-only qualified individuals can participate in this program. In other words if you cannot afford to buy a house, or afford to make the monthly payments, this program does not apply to you." http://WallStreetFraudWatchdog.Com.

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