Asked by E S, 80202 • Sun Feb 1, 2009
I am exploring the option of going in 50/50 on a property with some family members in Florida. I currently live in Colorado and do not own any property. I am working to figure out how the lending process will work if I go in 50/50 with another party and also figure out the implications of owning a property in Florida that is not my primary residence. Am I considered a first time home buyer for that house or is it purely an investment? Also, will I lose any benefits when I go to purchase my first home to actually live in here in Colorado (first time home buyer incentives or primary resident incentives)? Could I still be considered a first time home buyer if the house in Florida is just an investment? Would it make sense to form an LLC for the investment property so that it is considered a business? Therefore I may be able to personally still qualify for first time home buyer incentives?
Thank you, just trying to figure this out.
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