Top 2011 Posts: Who Claimed the Energy Efficient Improvement Tax Credit?

With the end of 2011 approaching, the contributors of NAHB’s Eye on Housing thought it would be useful to take a look at the updates that attracted the most readers over the last year.

In August, we used IRS data to examine claims of the 25C remodeling tax credit and the 25D residential energy tax credit. The results indicate that while the largest states, in terms of homes and population, witnessed the largest tax credit claims, there was also geographic clustering of credit claims on a per taxpayer basis.

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2 Responses to Top 2011 Posts: Who Claimed the Energy Efficient Improvement Tax Credit?

  1. [...] be related to limited mid-year weakness for existing home sales. It is also worth noting that the section 25C tax credit for making energy efficiency upgrades to existing homes expired at the end of 2011, which was supporting some remodeling spending. Share this:Like [...]

  2. [...] be related to limited mid-year weakness for existing home sales. It is also worth noting that the section 25C tax credit for making energy efficiency upgrades to existing homes expired at the end of 2011, which was supporting some remodeling [...]

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