Yes, that sounds more reasonable. Thanks
sounds like you could use some tax advice/
The trustee can allow it and it won't be a breach of trust if the deed permits. The trustee could contract with the other party.
Great! Thanks for the help!
Sounds about right, but don't forget to split and avoid borrowed funds taking a detour and mixing etc.
S&P500 is 47% higher than where it was 5 years ago and 9% below its all time high (excluding dividends add another 2% pa)
It might or might not.
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That is a very broad question
Traditionally capital gains were not taxed as they are not 'income' but in 1985 they were made into...
A JV is not an legal person or even a tax entity so could not pay a caveat.
A JV is 2 or more persons/companies working together on a...
I'm with @Terry_w
Push back and meet in the middle, 14 days seems quite reasonable with pre-approval already in place
would you consider say 14 days?
Thanks for the quick replies. These are great and very helpful!
@Terry_w I got it. So as long as the property generates income, you can claim interest as expense no matter what the loan product is.
That is rather long for any state!
You should seek legal advice about withdrawing your offer - there is no contract until the offer is accepted and no enforceable contract...
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