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Investment Properties in Arkansas : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Aug 15, 2017
Francisco.olvera asked:
Thu Aug 10, 2017
Cbaugh.6337 asked:
no improvements to be made just use of vacant land
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Fri May 12, 2017
user0700132 asked:
I am a single lady, the only occupant and I have a good credit history. I retired much earlier then planned as my son and I both developed major health issues. Sadly my son is now disabled.…
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Wed May 3, 2017
Angelathaole asked:
We already put down earnest money the seller. If he said he doesn't want to sell anymore but later he sell to other buy can he do that?
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Tue Apr 18, 2017
Sharon.duhan asked:
I am looking to open a mental health retreat in a rural setting with projects of building small structures which may include a Tee Pee, Room for an acre of gardening, small farm animals…
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Wed Dec 14, 2016
Brandon Connell answered:
I know this question is old but I had to step in because I saw a bad answer unrelated to your question. Wholesaling is perfectly legal. You are not selling property for someone else. You are simply selling your equitable interest in your contract on the property. As long as you market the contract for sale and not the property itself, you are fine. Anyone that answers differently either does not understand the wholesaling business, or they are inexperienced agents that are unfriendly to wholesalers. You will meet many of them unfortunately. ... more
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Wed Oct 5, 2016
Angelica P answered:

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Fri Jun 19, 2015
gregwhite answered:
Greg White/Building Consultant- - Consider first having the building complex inspected by a commercial building inspector/consultant. Although the state of Arkansas requires licensing of contractors, there is "no required building inspection" by a third party (meaning someone other than the developer, contractor or investors) which can insure compliance with Architectural Drawings Specifications and the IBC (International Building Code) and most recognized ASTM (American Society for Testing & Materials). Significant structural building failures are transparent to a commercial building inspector's trained eye and can prevent a potential new investor from purchasing a maintenance money pit. Types & quality of building materials used and whether installed correctly (or whether life expectancy is limited say in the case of windows and other exterior building envelope components) are usually not considerations outlined in a typical real estate home owner inspection. A consultant inspection supported by an outlined report can reveal costly underlying structural issues and provide more bargaining power, further guaranteeing a solid investment evaluation. ... more
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Fri Jan 9, 2015
Gail P. asked:
The option to buy would be for one year, and it would not involve a lease or use of the property, itself. And there is no current income coming from the property.
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Sat May 31, 2014
Ashley asked:
We are here to help all property owners protect their investments from damage and neglect. We are local to the Mabelvale area and here for all of your field service needs! Give us a call…
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Thu May 15, 2014
Chastity Fittro answered:
Sat Mar 8, 2014 asked:
two lots #7 and 8 in Wilson hill heights subdivision 3.38 acres each and 33 acres of Wilson hill heights extention that I can or the buyer can subdevide
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Sun Sep 22, 2013
Mary & Bill ONeal asked:
Sun Aug 4, 2013
poeliquidation asked:
I'm looking to finance investment property in Arkansas. I was told by my local bank that they were only able to do a 15 year term on investment properties. I have only been able to…
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Sat May 11, 2013
Tim Moore answered:
Stay away from short sales because you must identify a property in 45 days and close in 6 months and some short sales take longer and may never happen at all. Foreclosures are not something you can deal with in a 1031 since it requires cash at the auction. Once most homes have gone through a foreclosure they are bought by the bank and then they are REO or bank owned homes and these are fine and can close pretty quickly.

I am wondering if you know all the details of a 1031 and the rules they require to be EXACTLY followed. If you took the proceeds of the sale at closing then you have already ruined the chance for a 1031. for details
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