SMOKING HOT DEAL – $85.00 CUSTOM CASH BUYER LIST!

We are looking for wholesalers and/or real estate investors that have a property under contract but no buyer. We are going to bring you 20-30 cash buyers that we match to your deal this way all you have to do is put your deal in front of the buyer and go in for a that needs a cash buyer for a quick close. 

We have qualified buyers for single family homes, multi-family units, and condos.

If you are an “active” investor and are looking for helping getting your deal closed and the only thing missing is a buyer who is buying in the area of your deal; this is the cash buyer package for you.

This packaged will put you directly in the driver’s seat to bring your deal to a close.

At this time we can only supply 41 states in the US and can only work with you if you already have a property deal you need to close. 

We will need the following information so we can match your deal with the right buyer:

  1. The zip code your property is located in.
  2. The total asking price for the deal you’re working on.
  3. Let us know if the property is Single Family or  Multi Family
  4. Number of Beds and Baths.
  5. 2 – 4 Comps for the deal you’re working on.

Once we have this information we will send you an invoice to pay the $85.00 charge for the cash buyer list that we will provide that has:

  • 20-30 Cash Buyers
  • Buyers that have recent activity in the zip code of the deal you’re working
  • Buyers that have purchased in the price range of your deal
  • We will provide you with at least 2-10 properties they have purchased so you can see what they are already buying. This makes the sales process easy
  • Contact information for Each Buyer – Name, Address and Phone Number and/or Name and Address
  • The amount they paid for their recent deals.

Once we get the information we need from you, we will send you an invoice that you can pay securely using a credit card, debit card or bank account. Your order will be delivered by email within 24 – 48 hours after your payment has been received.

BONUS:

Each order also comes with:

  1. Training Video on how to read the spreadsheet
  2. Call Scripts to help you break the ice
  3. Complimentary Strategy Call – MAX 10-15 minutes

We will email you the completed file.. My most successful clients have worked these leads and closed their first deals in 7-10 days. If you are NEW to real estate investing I will also provide you with scripts you can use along with training to help you gain a competitive challenge. This is by far one of the best ways to generate and build a qualified cash buyer’s list of serious investors.

“No man is an ISLAND” and together we all WIN!

ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES PLEASE. No bullshit No Games, 

TO GET STARTED EMAIL US THE REQUIRED INFORMATION SO WE CAN SEND YOU AN INVOICE AND GET YOUR PACKAGE DELIVERED WITHIN 24-48 HOURS.: 

  • NAME 
  • COMPANY NAME
  • EMAIL ADDRESS
  • PHONE NUMBER
  • BILLING / BUSINESS ADDRESS

NO ORDERS OR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION WILL BE HANDLED BY EMAIL OR PHONE… 

CONVERSION MARKETING EXPERTS, LLC

(951) 268-4305

Valerie Adams

Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com

Or

(815) 348-9707‬

Valerie Robinson

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Real Estate Investing Guide: The Difference Between Income Tax And Property Tax

Just like in any other business, real estate investing would require you to pay different kinds of taxes. Two of which are income tax and property tax. To know the twists and turns of real estate investing, you should know what these taxes are, when do you pay them and their difference.

Income Tax

As the name suggests, income tax is tax that is deducted from your income. It is charged on the financial income of people, corporations or further legal entities. There are different systems of this kind of tax coupled with different degrees of incidence. Charging this kind of tax can be proportional, progressive or regressive.

When tax is imposed on incomes of companies, then this may be called corporate tax, profit tax, or corporate income tax and if self-employed, self-employment Tax. Tax from the earnings of an individual is usually charged from his total income. But in the case of corporations, the tax is usually charged from the net income of the corporation.

In terms of real estate investing, income tax comes in when you are profiting or having income from your property. For example, you have invested in a piece of land and leased it, then you would have to pay income tax from the income you get from your rentals.

This includes your gross income or all amounts that you received as rent. Rental income is considered to be any payment that you received for the use or the occupation of your property.

However, the positive side effect of charging income tax in real estate investing is that you can deduct different expenses of renting property from your total rental income. Generally, the rule is that you deduct your rental expenses during the year in which you pay them.

Expenses that you can deduct include advertising, cleaning and maintenance, utilities, insurance, taxes, interest points, commissions, tax return preparation fees, travel expenses, rental payments and expenses on local transportation.

If you are a taxpayer under cash basis, you usually report your rental income on your return in the same year that you constructively or actually received it. You fall under this category if you report income the same year that you receive it, despite the month you earned it.

Property Tax

In real estate investing, you also pay property tax. This is also known as millage tax. Property tax is said to be an ad-valorem tax, where a property owner pays depending on the value of the property being charged.

There are basically three different kinds of property. First is land, then your improvements to the land, such as buildings; and last but not the least, personality like manmade objects that are movable.

Real property, real estate and realty are all terms used to pertain to the combination of improvements and land. In real estate investing, the taxing authority usually requires or does an appraisal of the property’s monetary value, and then tax is assessed in ratio to the value.

If you really want to get into real estate investing, then you should know what form of property tax that is used in the municipality you are investing in.

One common mistake that real estate investors make is their confusion between special assessment and property tax. These are actually two different forms of taxation. One is an ad-valorem tax, which highly relies on the property’s fair market value for justification, while the other highly depends on a special enhancement that is called a benefit for its justification.

In real estate investing, the rate of your property tax usually comes in percentage form. To calculate your property tax, you multiply the assessed value of your property with the mill rate and then divide them by one thousand.

For more information on starting a career in real estate investing contact me for an appointment to discuss. If this article was helpful please leave a comment below.

Valerie Adams
Valerie@ConversionMarketingExpertz.com