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Fri Jul 31, 2015
Duke Rag answered:
I appreciate your post.
I have worked with Hunter on several deals, and he doesn't fail.
He funds on a 4% interest rate on all terms, undermining the credit scores percentage.
Contact him today to get all your financial needs met.
Email: Michealhunterltd@gmail.com
Phone: (+1) 702 907 4308


Thank me later.

Mr. Duke Rag
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Wed Mar 4, 2015
Pamela H.G. Gunchick answered:
Sun Mar 1, 2015
Brian Martucci answered:
There must be other lenders now willing to lend to foreign nationals.
Try TD Bank, is one I can think of.
There must be someone else, that may not have a minimum square footage requirement.
Good luck.
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Fri Feb 6, 2015
Gene Neal answered:
I have a program where you may be able to place about 30% down in order to purchase the commercial property. Please reach out so we can discuss and attempt all available options.
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Wed Dec 12, 2012
Josh Candie answered:
Hi Paul,

This is Josh..I am not sure about what type of property investment loan you are looking and also you do not even have credit history as well. I would like to suggest a financial service company called Active Funding Group that is located in Scottsdale. If you are still searching a best source for your question then you can contact them and possible you can get overall details regarding loan based questions. ... more
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Sun Feb 20, 2011
Kdfiehjnkl answered:
there's a website that tells you if the landings are FHA approved. I believe that they are. http://activerain.com/blogsview/1703844/check-if-that-condo-is-fha-va-approved-
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Thu May 6, 2010
Wenceslao Fernandez Jr answered:
Hey, Chris.

Although Mott is mostly right, make no mistake about it, condo-hotels, though not for everyone, offer great advantages for the right buyer.

This concept of shared ownership or similar rental program is also used in the mega yacht, private airplane and helicopter world.

First, these buyers (typically 2nd, 3rd or Nth vacation homeowner or thrill seeker), want to make sure a perfect pad is available on a whim (often with minimal planning), at their favorite destination(s).

The right project, will provide all the amenities of a hotel in a private setting, often including perks or discounts to some of the clubs, restaurants or services offered by the hotel.

Second, the property may be placed in a rental program. Although restricted by SEC rules to discuss the details of how this works, owners who place their property in these programs can be assured a (usually in-house), professional hand in charge of renting the unit, collecting the fee, cleaning and maintaining the unit for the absentee owner.

Rather than keeping the unit vacant while not in use, the owner is able to leverage some of the vacancy costs against the potential income received, often helping their bottom line. Their personal belongings can be stored in the building and often, in a special closet inside the unit while the unit is vacant, providing easy access and enjoyment to them with a mere phone call before arrival.

Of course, they need to pick the right place (in South Beach and downtown Miami, we have excellent condo-hotel products), with the right panache, services, network and well...location, location, location.

Most importantly, these buyers (specially when buying their first condo-hotel unit), must ask every conceivable question, as many times and in as many ways as they see necessary to fully understand the concept and begin to visualize and enjoy the lifestyle.
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Wed Sep 9, 2009
Steve answered:
My consulting company can help you with your condo approval needs. I have over 15 years of national project approval experience. Much of it in Florida. A common mistake is that you need to have 51% sold before you can get FHA approval. That is false! the 51% requirement, soon to be 50%, is a requirement of insuring not project approval. You can get the project approved with no sales, you just couldn't close them using FHA financing. The upside is that you can market your condo as FHA approved and begin to sell home under the terms of the FHA. I can help you with this process. I would love to talk to you further.

Steve Stenger
President
Condo Approval Professionals (CAPs)
sstenger@foxvalley.net
(847)293-2962
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