The National Association of Realtors is reportedly lobbying lawmakers to extend the homebuyer tax credit through the end of 2010, but Sen. Johnny Isakson -- the former real estate broker who championed the industry's cause last year -- is apparently not on board. Linda Goold, NAR's director of tax policy, told Realtors attending the group's annual convention in November that last fall's extension of the tax credit was a "nip and tuck" affair, with lawmakers making "us promise, practically in blood, that we would not come back" and request another extension (see story). According to NAR's Web site, the group believes the credit "should be extended through 2010," although Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus "has taken a very vocal and st...
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