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Juanita Braz…, Both Buyer and Seller in Colorado Springs, CO

Is there a work around for the 90 day seasoning rule?

Asked by Juanita Brazziel, Colorado Springs, CO Sun Dec 27, 2009

Looking for a legal way to continue to do business the way I have.

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It's my understanding that FHA has suspended it's 90 day anti flipping guideline until December of 2014.
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As has been offered - cash is king so look for a cash buyer. As Tom said, what's 90 days? If you're turning them faster than that, you're certainly doing something right so congrats!

Hank
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what's the big deal? 90 day hold. I mean - if 90 days is going to effect you that much - maybe it's not worth it.

also - you can sell to a conventional 20% down or cash buyer.

but honestly - what's the big deal about holding something 90 days?
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Saw your other post so maybe this will help.

If you want to flip in GA, you are down to two basic options right now for A-B-C transactions.

1. USDA Loans - only applies to rural areas. Typically no seasoning is needed to flip these.
2. CASH
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Joshua Jarvis, Real Estate Pro in Duluth, GA
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I'm sure you're talking about the 90 day seasoning for an owner to be vested on title before a new buyer can by using FHA financing, correct? No, not if your buyers only financing available is FHA.
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