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 51 
 : October 21, 2020, 06:14:16 pm 
Firoj - javipa
There is more than one way to bypass Dodd-Frank. 

Put the property into a trust and sell the trust, along with the mortgage wrap you created that includes the original seller's loan balance and the equity you created in the sale to the new buyer.  You can create any kind of loan terms, and have the buyer simply take them over.  I would consult Bill Gatten on trusts in order to understand and implement this strategy.

Also, if you sell to an 'investor' there's no limits on the loan terms.  If the 'investor' moves into the house, well, you have no control over that. 

The issue with the MLO is that it costs money and is unnecessary if you finance an investor.

 52 
 : October 21, 2020, 05:57:52 pm 
Firoj - Firoj
Hi,

I have a question about the new Dodd-Frank Bill.  I am a big proponent of seller financing.  The Dodd-Frank bill makes that much more complicated.  I know that there are ways around it.  I am not opposed to getting my MLO license, but currently do not have the time to do so.

My main question is about LLC's.  Do they follow the same rules of individuals.  Can I create an LLC for every 3 seller financing deals that I do?  Would that get around the rule?  I know that there are options with Joint Ventures, Subject 2 and LO as well, which I would love to here more about.

I was just wondering if the LLC is considered a separate entity in the eyes of the law and if the limit of 3 properties could be limited to that entity.

Thanks in advance for your help with this question!

All of my best,

Firoj,.

 53 
 : October 21, 2020, 01:34:39 am 
elegantproperties - elegantproperties
Hey, thankyou will keep this info in mind while planning, but after talking to some real estate developer there few of them were telling me, to buy because after Corona there will be sudden growth, so what to do now, how to decide further.

 54 
 : October 21, 2020, 12:43:46 am 
David Hy - heartlandbuyshouses
Thanks for the tips. These are very useful, especially in these times.

 55 
 : October 20, 2020, 04:39:20 am 
StrategicERP - John Metz
According to one study, many home buyers consider fall the best time of year to buy a house because of price reductions. Because home sellers tend to list their homes in the spring, sellers whose houses haven't sold yet may be motivated to find buyers, and prices start to reflect that.

I am new to this forum but I truly agree to this study.

 56 
 : October 20, 2020, 12:02:47 am 
elegantproperties - heartlandbuyshouses
In 2012, Nairobi and Mombasa were the only cities in the "southern hemisphere" to have reported double-digit property price increases, out of 71 cities surveyed in the Prime International Residential Index. The table shows property price growth in the top cities in the survey.

However, in 2019, Kenya’s housing market is cooling rapidly, amidst falling demand caused by constrained credit access, coupled with the continued oversupply of high-end residential developments.

During the year to Q3 2019, the Hass Composite Property Sales Index, a measure of asking sales prices of residential properties, fell by 3.4%, in sharp contrast to a y-o-y rise of 8.1% during the same period last year, based on a report released by HassConsult Limited. It was the second consecutive quarter of y-o-y price declines after falling by 3.2% in Q2 2019.






 57 
 : October 18, 2020, 04:32:07 pm 
Admin - srpbuyers.com
Hello everyone.  We operate out of The Woodlands but we buy houses in Austin, The Woodlands, and all over Houston.  If you know of any leads let us know. 

PM us a message here if you have any questions.

Thanks,
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 58 
 : October 17, 2020, 05:02:40 pm 
Admin - Dr.Raj
Hello
I have some investing experience in office building - now looking to purchase multiunit apartments in triangle or triad region. Love to connect.

Raj

 59 
 : October 16, 2020, 06:34:20 am 
harrymethew - Glenn40
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Loans come in all different shapes and sizes. Understanding what loan options are available and what lenders need from you, will make it easier to get the money you need. Great tips! :)
Yes, you are quite right. Seriously considering this option paydayinusa.com AL.The vast majority of people who use these services probably can't get a credit card or a loan from a bank. Fair enough, one offs are fairly ideal for it if you want money quickly. I'm well aware of the risk, however, sometimes things can happen that means we have to anticipate our salary a bit, costs that might occur that we hadn't planned or budgeted for, and sometimes these are unavoidable.In these cases, payday loans can provide a fantastic, short term service but you HAVE to be RESPONSIBLE.

 60 
 : October 16, 2020, 01:50:28 am 
Admin - elegantproperties
Hey! I am Andrew Luke, and I am one of the top real estate developers in Kenya, my company Elegantproperties Ltd has carved its name as an industry leader in the development of Properties in Kenya.
We specialize in the development of high-end apartments, luxury houses, and commercial spaces which are targeted at customers looking for quality, value for money, and cutting edge design and build quality.

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