A person’s primary residence is the dwelling where they live, typically a house or a condo. A person can only have one primary residence at any given time, though they may share the residence with other people.
A primary residence is considered as a legal residence for the purpose of income tax and/or acquiring a mortgage.
- All interest on the mortgage may be tax deductible*
- Establishes credit history
- Secured investment
- Builds equity
- Can be used to borrow against
- Gift funds are allowed
*Supreme Lending is not a licensed CPA or Tax consultant and therefore, cannot determine if your mortgage interest will be eligible as a tax deduction per IRS code. You are advised to contact a tax professional. This in no way implies you are guaranteed a tax credit.