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50 Towne Center Circle, Sanford, FL 32771

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Sanford

9251 S Orange Blossom Trail No. 12, Orlando, FL 32837

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Orlando

2669 Davis Boulevard, Naples, FL 34104

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3559 Us Highway 441 South, Okeechobee, FL 34974

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Okeechobee

6239 N Us Highway 1, Cocoa, FL 32927

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2750 W 68th Street No. 113, Hialeah, FL 33016

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1200 W 68th Street, Hialeah, FL 33014

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Hialeah

19750 S Dixie Highway, Miami, FL 33157

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2320 Clark Street, Apopka, FL 32703

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Frequently asked questions about loans of florida llc

  • Most lenders will NOT make a mortgage loan for under 40K to 50K. And you will need a down payment of 10%. That means a 40K loan. You will have a tough time finding a mortgage company that will help you....
  • Sorry, but first off, it is very difficult if not impossible to get a mortgage for under 50k, much less one on a house that will need fixing up! Also, having bad credit will work against you in getting a loan. You need to get your credit score above 620 to just get an FHA loan. Also, lenders do not give you an extra 20k to put a pool in! LOL They will only loan you what the appraisal comes back at. If you are buying a rehab project, it probably would require 20 or more % down. There is a loan called a 203k loan, which will help you with rehab, but I dont think that would include putting in a pool. I know FL has a lot of pools, but, typically, you do not get over 50% return on your money putting a pool in.
  • This is Yahoo Answers, not a real estate agency. Contact a local Realtor for advice on your situation.
  • My father started his own trucking business 25 years ago after being laid off from his job. He has no formal education in business, although he has managed to keep the family business alive for 25 years. I would be deeply hurt to see the family business go down; knowing how much hard work is put forth, thus this is our only source of income. At times I believe dad is clueless, and doesn't make the wisest business decisions, and I am worried. Dad has been a sole proprietor from the start of the business. Recently I have been trying to persuade him to incorporate the business as an S corporation. What is a reasonable rate for an attorney to do this for him (we live in Illinois)? What are the benifits of naming an attorney as your agent? What changes will he have to make as far as bank accounts, loan agreements, or just notifing others in general? Any insight is appreciated. Thank you. Take care!
  • I do book-keeping and taxes in florida. and i can tell you that tax wise, becoming an LLC is the best way to go!! much easier to work things out than if you were a coorporation. and you do not have to see an attorney, most book-keepers can do it on line. attorneys will charge you out the *ss for something that takes maybe 30 minutes of work!! and you will not be taking a risk unless you really dont know what you are doing. i hope that helps. i would be glad to let my company set it up for you, but you would have to mail me the stuff!!
  • First off, I completely agree. You need to incorporate. It's the wise thing to do. The actual cost of incorporating varies depending on the state, but in my state (Utah), I think it cost $50. I created my company as an LLC, then filed for an S-election with the IRS, which essentially means we're taxed as an S-corp. I did this based on the advice of an accountant. If you haven't already done so, I recommend discusing this with an accountant and/or business lawyer because the type of business entity will influence how you are taxed. Depending on the type and size of the business, and future plans, there is a business type that will work best for you. S-Corp may or may not be best, so you should check with trusted professionals who could better advise on that. When I started my business, I was starting from scratch and didn't have any revenue or employees, or anything. So I just filled out the paperwork and filed for my business. You could take that approach if you want and you will probably be fine. If you want to be extra safe, however, you can hire an attorney to help make sure everything is done correctly. As I'm sure you know, attorney fees are very high hourly rates, but this type of thing should be relatively little work for them, so you should be able to have them do all they need for under $700. Many firms that specialize in helping companies incorporate charge a fixed rate, so you won't get gouged on hourly rates.
  • A good rate for an attorney who is visiting and actively working with you is under a thousand. There are quite a few Internet joints that will register your S-Corp and submit all the proper paperwork for a brand new S-Corp for a few hundred. Converting to S-Corp from sole proprietorship means moving the accountability and responsibility for loans, assets, etc. to the corporation instead of your personal assets. (By the way, having a trucking business as sole proprietorship is not wise, you're right on the money, this needs to be made a corporation ASAP, so that in case of lawsuit or disaster your Dad's personal assets are protected). The following are some links describing the process to give you a clearer picture of what's involved: http://taxes.about.com/od/taxplanning/a/... http://www.gofso.com/Premium/TS/fg/fg-fo... http://www.mynewventure.com/?show=Ask_a_...
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  • My mom, sister, and friend have found a great house for an investment in Alabama (where my mom lives). We have put in an offer and are planning on buying it as an LLC with all of our names as part of the company. We're planning on fixing it up and renting it out. I really want to buy my own place soon, but I live in South Florida and it's probably not going to happen any time soon with the prices here. Question is: Should I take my name off the LLC (and just contribute my portion) so that I don't mess up my "first time buyer" status for when I actually can buy my own house? Is the "first time buyer" benefits really that significant? Anything else important you can think of on the subject would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
  • First-time buyer is for the most part just used for marketing purposes. There are a couple of home buyer grant programs that you have to be a first-time buyers, but even those state that as long as you haven't owned a home in say the previous 3 years, you could be considered a first-time home buyer again. Most of these grant programs are for lower middle income anyway, so you may not qualify. As far as mortgage loans are concerned - this definitely is just for marketing purposes. I know - I've used it myself. Most people who buy homes with a mortgage are first-time home buyers. It just gets people's attention.
  • since the investment will be owned by an LLC, and you're not living there yourself, it would not be considered your "first home"
  • Pink sheet stocks (Penny Stocks) have far less regulation to comply, and very many of them are shell companies with no substance. I live in Las Vegas and have all the gambling I want right out my front door. I prefer listed exchange NY/Nasdaq with regular reporting and a little meat on the bones. Although I don't generally buy the most actively traded and allow my mutual fund holding to deal with them, there are plenty of lesser known to choose from with more substance. I don't like to watch a stock by the minute, which is what it takes to deal with what you show. I'm an investor - not a day trader. Given the difficulty to find real information about tiny companies I will not analyze all of them you show. RXMD Progressive Care, Inc. Last trade $0.0325 subsidiary Pharmco LLC Seems to be a South Florida pharmacy using a robot to dispense. $3.9 million 4Q2015 revenue They have lost money every quarter as their revenue slowly grows https://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=RXMD Their SG&A rises with revenue Four years of losses https://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=RXMD&an... Negative net book value - company owes more than it owns https://finance.yahoo.com/q/bs?s=RXMD 10% of the company ownership changes every day Seems to be half of each of two pharmacies in Miami as a company http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/progressive-care-announces-co-joint-venture-pharmco-llc-caremed-pharmacy-llc-otc-pink-rxmd-1981761.htm Financial reports are not audited by an accounting firm. They have lawsuits in history for non-payment of bills and settled with debt and stock equity. 32,706,344 shares x $0.0325 for about a million dollar market cap. 31 employees. So, this wonder of a company is 51% of one pharmacy and 49% of another. It owes more money than it has in assets and has never earned a profit. They issue more shares to pay its bills and takes loans. They can declare bankruptcy whenever they wish making all shares worthless. I can't say this company has any value at all. When they make money from prescription sales with Medicaid reimbursement, they pay themselves more salary. After their $0.50 share price in 2012, falling to $0.004 for some reason it is being pumped up. If this is the best one, I would hate to see the worst. The price is purely based on what traders pay for it. The company has no investment value. If you believe any of them actually has value in the company, point that one out. You can't account for what traders are doing as they buy and sell shares of a company with no real worth in profit or assets. AG has been skyrocketing since January 19th Investors have been running away from stocks in favor of gold. This is a silver mining company The price is up based on turning a profit and a continued rise in silver price. Some of your list may have connections to precious metals and might have something to it.. AG has been bleeding money for 2 years. Penny stocks get hawked, and those that get in early make money.
  • I shorted GENE @ $11. I'm sure the other side of the trade thought it was a good buy at the time. Lesson: don't mess with penny stocks
  • Penny stocks are NEVER good to buy.....but you (like everyone else!) need to learn that for yourself! So go for it!
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