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 : October 16, 2020, 01:44:35 am 
elegantproperties - elegantproperties
I am looking to buy property in Kenya, is it good to buy property there.

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 : October 15, 2020, 01:06:57 pm 
Admin - zpac
Hello, all. Am a private lender who is looking to invest in deals, not only in NC. Am based in NC.

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 : October 15, 2020, 12:53:52 pm 
TRAVISK - zpac
I am working on a large multifamily development.  Seeking an equity investor.  Looking for $8.66M on $47MM total construction cost.  I am contributing $800K in land value.  312 Units (13 Buildings)   Estimated 24 months st stabilization.  6.5%-7% CAP rate. 3-4 Year Term. CBRE feasibility study conducted.  Capture rate considered excellent. Top 10 school district in the state.

Project looks interesting.

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 : October 15, 2020, 05:28:54 am 
TRAVISK - AsterVand
I am working on a large multifamily development.  Seeking an equity investor.  Looking for $8.66M on $47MM total construction cost.  I am contributing $800K in land value.  312 Units (13 Buildings)   Estimated 24 months st stabilization.  6.5%-7% CAP rate. 3-4 Year Term. CBRE feasibility study conducted.  Capture rate considered excellent. Top 10 school district in the state.
I think it is best in your case to turn to a broker or a company that manages or has specialists who manage construction companies. I believe that in your case you will also need a lawyer specialized in civil and commercial law. You will have to prepare a lot of documents and it would be good to have a man behind you to advise you. On fbs  you can find very good brokers. They will advise you as the book is written, you will not have problems. At the same time, you are talking about large sums of money of 800k $ and so on, so as not to lose by accident or out of stupidity, try to find an effective method to keep them.

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 : October 15, 2020, 05:24:11 am 
Donc2019 - AsterVand

you just need a contract with a seller. these transactions are typically between 2-10 days - some people call it double closing



I have a quick question about the exact contracts needed to complete a transactional funding..? What contract do I need? Sale and purchase between A-B and would I need another sale and purchase contract btw B-C? Do I fill out the A-B contract like Iím buying myself.. ? No and/or assign in the buyer line? Do I need to submit the earnest money to the title company after the Sign A-B contract?
If you could tell me what I need or what your company uses exactly that will really help me out? TX
In order not to write too much and meaningless. In this case, it would be good to consult a lawyer specialized in commercial and civil law.

 66 
 : October 14, 2020, 09:08:16 pm 
Real Estate Rescue Pros - david.holaaa1991
To generate leads or cash buyers try Propstream, there is a lot of videos on yt "how to" this is like MLS access, 90% accurate depends on location. You can try it for 7-days for free
I am addicted.
Also craiglist, Forclosure auctions (legit cash buyers). Connect with Agents they can help. Read books, listen podcast, set goals!
Good luck!

 67 
 : October 13, 2020, 11:48:22 pm 
Jinesh - heartlandbuyshouses
Passive losses on the property that you still have are not "unsuspended" until you dispose of the property. You can use these losses to offset other passive income (i.e. Schedule E income, perhaps some Partnership income), but you cannot use it to offset the capital gain.

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 : October 13, 2020, 05:39:37 pm 
Sylus - Sylus
Hello my name is Sylus and i am looking to work with an investor to help me with funding for some properties that i have been researching.  i am looking to rehab and then sell so more like a fix and flip type of thing. this would be my very first investment   I'm a fast learner and open to anything. i just want to learn more and make money at the same time
thanks.

 69 
 : October 13, 2020, 05:33:35 pm 
Jinesh - Jinesh
In February 2015, I sold a rental property and made a capital gain of 18.2 K (Sale price - Initial purchase price + depreciation).

During the 4 years I held that property, I incurred an accumulated passive loss of 12.3 K (including 6K of depreciation) which was carried over each year (I have no other passive income).

Since I meet the 3 criteria of a qualifying disposition, I believe that I could apply my accumulated passive activity loss against the gain from the sale of my property. However, I do not understand how that will translate into my tax return. I filled form 4797, form 8582 as well as Schedule E and D. Where do the PALs offset the capital gain? I think I missed a step here.

Any help????

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 : October 13, 2020, 04:26:52 pm 
HotelInvestor - Sunrise Home Buyers
I am curious what you are seeing in the commercial space.  What city/area are you in and what has demand been like lately due to all the Covid constraints?

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