If you can get the real estate capnomy to do this then your luck isgreat!Therewere a few that would do this, but with the economybeing the way it is right now, I don't think you'll find any agency that would do this, it would be very bad risky business .
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You definitely need to niofty your insurance company. The property will no longer be owner occupied they can deny a claim. You will need to get a DP3/landlord policy. Your rates WILL NOT go down because the risk is higher. No one will take care of you home the way you do. Tenants increase the risk.Also, you would Never be liable for the personal property of a tenant (except if you were completely negligent). However, as a landlord I would require your tenants to carry a renters policy simply for the Liability portion of the policy. Liability is the coverage that protects you from you tenants or your negligence. Like, if you were at your property one day to do some yard work left the hose out on the sidewalk the postman trips over it. He would probably sue you. Liability covers that. I would suggest no less than $ 300,000 per occurance. It's usually pretty inexpensive (around $ 40.00 a year) to bump it up from $ 100,000.00 to $ 300,000.00.FYI: The insurance company probably would not deny the claim but after the claim was closed they would most definitely set you up for non-renewal. That looks very bad when shopping for a new company. One of the questions will be: Have you ever been non-renewed why?Hope this helps
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You have to have a connection with the repo coanipmes who pay around 5-6% of the purchase price to the listing company/agent. Sometimes you can connect with them online. Chase Home Finance, Homesteps, Wells Fargo are a few of the more common ones. Check with the local banks too. They often have repo properties that they'll pay a commission for the sale of. You have to be a licensed agent or broker though.
I'd say 1st find a good Mortgage broker/loan ofefcir and tell them that you are looking to buy a new home. Ask them to get you a loan pre-qualification or pre-approval (recommend) So you have idea on how much home you can afford.2nd would be the real state agent. Some broker has their own agent some doesn't. Your realtor will find your home base on the area you want to buy. And most of them work with other agents sales.3rd is the down payment. And maybe if your loan processed was slow late fees..
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David, sorry I wasn't as clear with the answer as I could have been. Currently there is a good iretnvony of homes available at great prices which gives buyers the opportunity to choose a home just right for them. In addition interest rates are still at historically low levels which means the home buyers can afford more home for their money. Hope that answers your question. If not, let me know.
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No.The rules are different beewten your residence and rental property when it comes to mortgages and other home loans.With rental property, there is something called the Trace Rule . In order for the interest to be deductible, you have to be able to trace the usage of the funds to the rental property itself.Using a home loan, secured by the rental property, to pay down your mortgage on your residence makes the interest on this loan personal and non-deductible.
Conclusion is a lie, If you wait till it comes on the market, you're going to get a betetr price. This is only sometimes the case. If a bank pays $100k at auction, the bank then incurs a lot of expense (commission, appraisal, winterization, etc.) so it is less likely to sell for less when it cost is significantly higher than that. It just depends on the deal. You must know the value, and that is where the realtors can help.
If you can rent it, do so. This time next year should be beettr. Do not forget, you need to set some money for repairs, are very hard on the tenants Grundstfcck.Wer to the site to see for you? Hopefully you have friends or family members can be trusted to serve as a landlord, so you do not have to try to do it from another state.
You report the land on Schedule D uselns it was held for business purposes in which case it's reported first on Form 4797 and then on Schedule D. Any gain is taxable regardless of what you did with the proceeds. The residential energy credits are claimed on Form 5695.You can download any of those forms from the IRS website at . Click on the Forms Publications link near the top left corner of the page.
Not that I've heard.I'm also not sure if your refering to California or Canada.To oibtan a real estate salesperson license in California, you must first qualify for and pass a written examination. Those who pass the examination are provided a license application which must be submitted to and approved by the Dept of Real Estate.You must be 18 years of age or older to be licensed.Proof of Legal Presence in the United States is required. If you are not a California resident, there are other requirementsApplicants must be honest and truthful. Conviction of a crime may result in the denial of a license. Failure to disclose any criminal violation or disciplinary action in an applicant's entire history may also result in the denial of a license.No experience is required however the following education is required;Successful completion of the following college-level courses is required to become a real estate salesperson:Real Estate Principles (must be completed or in progress to apply for examination and must be completed prior to applying for a license); andReal Estate Practice (must be completed prior to applying for a license or within 18 months of license issuance); andOne course from the following list (must be completed prior to applying for a license or within 18 months of license issuance):Real Estate AppraisalProperty ManagementReal Estate FinanceReal Estate EconomicsLegal Aspects of Real EstateReal Estate Office AdministrationGeneral AccountingBusiness LawEscrowsMortgage Loan Brokering and LendingComputer Applications in Real EstateCommon Interest DevelopmentsNote: Members of the bar of any state in the United States or graduates of law schools recognized by the California State Bar will generally qualify on the basis of their education, and as such are exempt from the college-level course requirements. Evidence of admission to practice law, such as a photocopy of both sides of a current State Bar membership card, or of an LL.B. or J.D. Degree should accompany the application.Also, applicants who submit evidence of having completed the eight statutory college-level courses required for the broker examination and license are eligible to take the salesperson examination without submitting further evidence of experience or education.Courses must be three semester-units or four quarter-units at the college level. Courses must be completed at an institution of higher learning accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges or by a comparable regional accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education, or by a private real estate school which has had its courses approved by the California Real Estate Commissioner. Search for approved statutory/pre-license real estate courses.Courses completed through foreign institutions of higher learning must be evaluated by a foreign credentials evaluation service approved by the Department of Real Estate. See Examination Applicant Foreign Education Information (RE 223).Copies of official transcripts are generally acceptable evidence of completed courses. Transcripts of equivalent courses submitted as substitutes for the college-level courses listed above must be supported by an official course or catalog description in order to be evaluated for equivalency.No where on the California website could I find any change taking place for education requirments. You may want to call their office directly and inquire.If on the other hand, you are talking about Canada. That is quite possible because I know that many real estate agents in Canada do have bachelor's degrees. However, I'm still not sure if it's actually a requirement or will be a requirement. It may also depend upon the province.There is also a possiblility that if you are looking at it from an immigrant's point of view, meaning that you want to immigrate to Canada and work there as a real estate agent, then yes, I do believe that immigration would require you to have a degree to immigrate using the skilled worker class. .Good luck to you!
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