Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With just under a month left in 2012, the number of days to benefit from year-end home buying tax benefits is dwindling quickly. On the HomeFinder.com
Opening Doors blog, real estate experts from across the country share what you need to know about 2012 tax benefits, interest rates and down payment funding, and offer a glimpse into the 2013 housing market.
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