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dee is a Real Estate Broker from Austin, Texas Broker-associate, CRS, GRI ****Must have at least 5 friends following you in your network before you can post URL's*** CopelandGroupRealty.com Specializing in Central Texas listings, foreclosures, rehab properties, lots/land, and income property. Visit dee copeland's profile also

 

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Former First Bank Buildin -Class A, Prime Powers Boulevard Frontage Retail/Office Building For Sale. The property consists of a 2-level bank building with a footprint of 5,288 SF and an upper level of 1,568 SF for a total of approximately 6,856 SF. Built in 2004, the building is in excellent condition with a flexible layout of private offices, conference rooms, open office landscape and a training room on the upper level. Brick masonry, colored concrete block and a translucent skylight system exemplify high-quality construction. The high-profile site is located at the northeast corner of Powers Blvd & Stetson Hills Blvd and includes drive-thru capability.
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Single family home with a -Listing agent: Jordan Beard, Call 208-734-0400 for information. Beautiful country home. Incredable shop. Country living. Well thiught out property with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, formal dining, immaculatelly manicured landscape. Great patio area. Garden space. .
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1.15± Industrial Acres - -This 1.15± industrial acres is located in the heart of Port Richey in West Pasco County. There is about 155ft.± of road frontage on Pine Hill Road. There is a brand new development going up next door by the City of New Port Richey. Owner financing available.
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  • Transferring the house to the kids prior to the parents' death will give the kid(s) the parents cost-basis for the house. If they wait until they inherit the house, they will receive it on a stepped-up basis (the then current FMV). If the parents b
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  • Well Joel, I ended up doing it a little differently. Rather than a blind pool and securities registration problems. I raised the initial money from a small group of private investors at relatively high interest rates. Now I am refinancing the cash-
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  • Parents move the house into an entity which can be divided (Corp. or LLC) Each year they transfer stock from the entity to the kids in an amount less than what would trigger the gift tax. Eventually the kids own all the stock. They can then trans
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  • Sorry, Joel. Brain fart on my part. Somehow I got confused and thought the money was in a 401k-- my fault. Is it a self-directed Roth? You cannot loan the money from the IRA to yourself, an entity you control or various other prohibited persons.
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  • The only problem with that mark is that you can only take out half of your Roth IRA funds and return them within 90 days, otherwise there will be a fee involved. Correct me if I am wrong guys.
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  • The only problem with that mark is that you can only take out half of your Roth IRA funds and return them within 90 days, otherwise there will be a fee involved. Correct me if I am wrong guys.
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  • You need to contact your 401 k administrator and ask for a copy of their lending policy. Generally you can borrow $50,000 or half your balance-- whichever is less.
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  • You have money in a 401 k now. Is it with a previous employer and you first want to roll it into a self-directed? Are you going to live in the new house or is it an investment?
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  • I want to use the money that is inside the Roth IRA as a down payment. I've looked into a few of the companies. some charge 3k to set up the checking account with 150 yearly fee.
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