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Sheriff-sale in Boca Raton, FL for $112,000 – Bed/Baths: 3/3 #28909804

This property is under contractWhen a property is under contract it means that a bid has been put on the property and the potential buyers have signed a contract. However, a property can be reactivated if a mortgage is not approved. If you want to know if this property is available or not, call the number in the contact information. Photos (1) $112,000 More details: Share NATIONWIDE HARD MONEY & PRIVATE LENDING SOURCES Submit one inquiry – Connect to multiple…

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Sheriff-sale in Tucker, GA for $121,300 – Bed/Baths: 4/2.5 #28909794

This property is under contractWhen a property is under contract it means that a bid has been put on the property and the potential buyers have signed a contract. However, a property can be reactivated if a mortgage is not approved. If you want to know if this property is available or not, call the number in the contact information. Photos (2) $121,300 More details: Share NATIONWIDE HARD MONEY & PRIVATE LENDING SOURCES Submit one inquiry – Connect to multiple…

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Why are condos/townhouses so expensive? Why are people paying the cost of a single free standing house for what amounts to an apartment?

In my book a condo is just a step above a trailer house. Honestly, I would prefer a trailer house because then I can't hear my neighbors arguing next door or above me. So, how do they get away with charging 150k-175k for a 2-3 bedroom condo in my city when you can find 2-3 bedroom houses for 100k-185k? It doesn't make sense to me. What am I missing here? submitted by /u/weird_foreign_odor [link] [comments] NATIONWIDE HARD…

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Renters, trying to buy our neighbor’s house

Hi Reddit Real Estaters, My husband and I are strongly considering putting an offer in on our across-the-street neighbor’s house and I’m hoping some of you may have some words of wisdom to help us go about this appropriately. Some background: we are young 30s, two very young children, have been renting our current house directly across the street from the seller for 6 years. We are excellent neighbors and tenants and take exceptional care of our house and garden…

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What can I do to increase the value of my house for rental?

My wife and I are buying our first house, but because I'm in the military we'll only be able to live here for ~3 yrs before I get stationed somewhere else. It's in central California just south of San Fransisco, so the housing prices out here are insane and probably going nowhere but up. We want to hold on to the house for as long as possible in order to build equity and have as much property appreciation as possible,…

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What is too much to ask for after inspection

I recently had what I would think is a thorough inspection on a home and it revealed somethings that are concerning to me. Just curious what I can expect from seller, if anything, and what kind of strategy I should use. I've bought 4 homes in 10 years; so I've done this before. I just don't feel like I have the best realtor (company relocation). After inspection- we found: – newly replaced electrical panel doesn't have all "knockout" covers installed,…

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What do you think about doing syndicated deal flow directly with banks?

submitted by /u/Oles_Mironov_Mironov [link] [comments] NATIONWIDE HARD MONEY & PRIVATE LENDING SOURCES Submit one inquiry – Connect to multiple nationwide funding sources   A loan from a private lender is an asset-based loan secured by real property. Because the loan is secured by the value of the property, income verification and credit scores are not usually the primary deciding factors in credit extension. Terms ranging from short term 12 month loans to 30 year loans Loans starting…

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Real Estate 1031 Exchange Options

I have a $3M+ commercial property for which I would like to do a 1031 exchange, potentially taking on debt financing to procure a ~$6M property. I'm currently deciding between NNN properties, a mixed-use single owner property (not pure NNN, although could include a triple NNN tenant, amongst others), or a Delaware Statutory Trust. Can anyone tell me the differences between the three – I've read some online but having difficulty getting clarity on a lot of the details. How…

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What do you do with odd shaped lots like this? 38′ deep and 1570′ long? I’m seeing lots of these pop up with pastureland and depleted gas well being annexed and developed.

submitted by /u/deadfishy12 [link] [comments] NATIONWIDE HARD MONEY & PRIVATE LENDING SOURCES Submit one inquiry – Connect to multiple nationwide funding sources   A loan from a private lender is an asset-based loan secured by real property. Because the loan is secured by the value of the property, income verification and credit scores are not usually the primary deciding factors in credit extension. Terms ranging from short term 12 month loans to 30 year loans Loans starting…

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Seeking feedback: Product to track pricing in your target markets

Hi All, ​ I'm following up on a post from last October. We're wrapping up work on a major update to our product in response to customer feedback. The product is called Tower Hunt. It is part database, part modeling tool. It allows real estate investors to track pricing in their target markets. We provide an automated deal import service so that you don't have to key in data (it's required while we're in beta but will eventually be optional).…

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