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I have a family member who has a house (owned free and clear) that is unoccupied. This family member filed chapter 13 bankruptcy and moved in with a nearby relative to help both parties financially. The amount owed via the chapter 13 is between $45,000-$50,000. The house is worth $150,000 after about $25,000 worth of work. I want to make an offer on the house (between $50000-$70000) and turn it into a rental. What would be some options for financing this deal? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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okey your calculation is good for a renting property.
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I guess contacting a property dealer will be helpful for you. They will avice you well for the same.
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I agree hiring a good broker can be very helpful in your problem.Well before i use to bought a home but i can't afford it that's i way i use to get a loan at
http://www.lainasto.fi/ to support my finances on buying a home.In real estate world it is very important that you know everything specially the financial stuff.
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Blazn first of all I think it’s a best way for you!! You should go the bank and take loan and invest that amount to parches the house and rent it. Keep it in mind that house or building should be that area you capital returned should be shared. __________________ Global Islamic Finance
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So you want to sell that house so.... Would you please post some images of it?...
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Wow I know I'm a newbie here but. I really didn't understand the conversation. I though you have a good deal on your hands with equity in the house already. I know I might not now much but you might consider a double mortgage or even a repair grant and a mortgage. the government has home repair grant and mortgage programs.
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Thank you for sharing ideas.
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