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Sun May 28, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
Chances are yes, you can hold them to the lease. However, you'd need to confirm by reading your contract with your tenant.
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Sun May 29, 2016
Kevan Pewitt answered:
You should probably consult with a real estate attorney on what you can to accomplish. Part of your lender's answer may have to do with the type of loan you utilized. It would need to have been purchased as an investment property with the lender knowing this at the outset. ... more
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your best bet to search fo rland is through a local agent who specializes in land sales. By using the MLS they have access to everything for sale. Trulia does not have every property for sale, just those who choose to advertise here ... more
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Tue Jun 16, 2015
Jack Gipson answered:
My brother and I bought vacant golf course ... little over 300 acres We are returning land to pasture .. like it was in 1998.. lot of fencing to do .. Jack Gipson Lone Oak Texas ... more
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Thu Mar 5, 2015
Cvjohnsonboyd answered:
Sometimes just to get a property moving your looking for the shortest route from purchase to sale.Lets see if you can avoid calling a big contractor.We will look together and see,also historic buildings are buildings that require the same maintenance with some exceptions. Mainly Maintenance Christopher 940-389-3656 cvjohnsonboyd@gmail.com ... more
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Sun Nov 23, 2014
Angela Hornburg answered:
I have a lender that may do that depending on liquid asserts. Most all lenders require 20% down though. This can vary and increase depending on how many investments properties are currently mortgaged and what the long term intention is for the property. ... more
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Wed Oct 8, 2014
Bryan asked:
We live in Fort Worth Texas and there is an area nearby that we think may be the next up and coming town. We've thought about buying a house and renting it out, but now thinking of…
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Sat May 10, 2014
Greg Bird answered:
Good Morning,

Contact me and we'll discuss a plan for your investing. I'll send you a list of homes for sale and show you what has recently sold in the area. We can discuss other areas to search as well.

Thank you,

Greg B
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Mon May 5, 2014
Kelli Henderson answered:
http://www.trulia.com/for_rent/Southlake,TX/76092_zip

Here is a rental link for Southlake. Good luck!
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
dericksides answered:
My name is Derick Sides and I have been do remodeling for 7 years. I have all my own tools and can provide insurance. I am tired of watching the current contractor I work for get cut checks while he heehaws both the investor on sub par materials and then heehaws us on Friday about short checks. I am a clean cut professional looking to strike out on my on. If you have a house you need remodeled give me a call. Im not looking to make a million dollars and I need a solid investor/contractor relationship. I just finished a complete gut/rerock/TBT/paint on 3/7/14 of a 4 BR house in just under 2 weeks with one helper. I sub out the electrical and tile. You provide the materials and cover weekly gas up front and only pay the rest after you are satisfied with the job. If you or anyone you know is interested please call me at 254 842 197zero ... more
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Mon Feb 3, 2014
Robbie English answered:
Have you ever thought about diversifying your portfolio and including some general office building space? Commercial space can be a good investment to consider and there are some great properties in Arlington to purchase and manage. ... more
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Sat Oct 19, 2013
Don Groff answered:
That is really impossible to say. You can contact the utility company and they will give you the bills for a home you are considering buying. I have done it for my clients. It may or may not be that helpful because an individual who likes to keep a home at 72 degrees all summer long is going to pay a lot more than a person who keeps the thermostat at 78 degrees.

So while it can provide you with some actual data it may or may not be helpful for you to guage your actual expenses.

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Tue Apr 23, 2013
Bruce Lynn answered:
There are tons of construction jobs here now as we really ramp up building. I would hit ever construction site in the area and start networking.

I like Rich's post...great idea if you need a place to live is start meeting with the investors groups. Post in the investor forums. Maybe you can live in a house while it is being remodeled. That might mean moving every couple of months, but might help you get on your feet.

“People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them.”
-George Bernard Shaw

By the way, I would be much more trusting of a person who said I screwed up. I made a dumb mistake. I was 19 young and dumb, but I learned my lesson and have been on the straight and narrow for the past 10 years. I work hard, I'm trying to improve my life, I go to AA every day, I go to church at this place...or whatever then someone who says due to a flaw in the system. Even if that is the truth....there are plenty of flaws in the legal system,but that is probably not what employers or owners want to hear.

You can also stay in one of the extended stays motels for a while to get started. They don't do background checks.
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
Kathy Gray answered:
Give me a call and let's talk. Our lending products are 100% designed for the investor. Being overseas will not be a problem if you have other strong documentation.

kathy@fccinvest.com
817-228-4415
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