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House For Sale 1304 SW 136 Place Miami FL 33184 $280,000.00

1304 SW 136 Place  Miami FL 33184  1,900 Square feet 4/2, Lot   5,145 sq. ft for Sale $280,000.00

1 car garage, updated kitchen with granite counter tops, updated bathrooms, completely tiled, gated entrance, fenced and lots of closets.

 

$280,000.00
$280,000.00

Call Pablo Aguilar 305-970-3128

68 MIAMI PROPERTIES — 64 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES AND 4 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS — OFF-MARKET

68 MIAMI PROPERTIES — 64 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES AND 4 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS — OFF-MARKET — THESE MAY BE CHERRY PICKED — ~11% ROI!!!

DETAILS OF BSFH AND COMMERCIAL DEAL:

All SFHs are 2br, 3br, and 4BR homes

Turnkey Vacant Properties (rent-ready)

May CHERRY PICK properties

There are also 4 commercial buildings with this deal

Long term tenants

Really good ROI ~ 11%

Low maintenance

Seller entertaining ALL REASONABLE OFFERS

Monthly Rent from $875 to $2800

All properties are in Dade County

$9.6M 

Amazing Cutz For Sale 304 NE 8 ST Homestead FL 33030

ESTABLISHED BARBER SHOP WITH MONTHLY REVENUE OF $12,000.00,   12 HIGH END BARBER CHAIRS VALUED AT OVER $24,000.00. GRANITE COUNTER TOPS ON ALL WORK STATIONS, BATH ROOMS AND FRONT DESK. TOP OF THE LINE WOOD FLOORS WITH BASE BOARDS AND CROWN MOLDINGS.  FIVE 46 INCH LED TV’S  MOUNTED.  CUSTOM CAR LEATHER CHAIRS AND SOFA IN THE WAITING AREA. TOP OF THE LINE SURVEILANCE SYSTEM INCLUDED.

Barber Shop
Barber Shop

We offer 100% Commission Programs, no monthly fees and pay a low transaction fee of just $499

Are you tired of paying your broker
thousands of your hard earned dollars?

With our 100% commission program,
our licensed real estate agents pay
No Monthly Fees and pay only a low
transaction fee of just $499.00 per deal.

 

Want to speak with someone today about this program?

Call Pablo Aguilar,  Broker/Owner directly 305-970-3128

 

Video: Guide to Short Sales, Foreclosures and Your Taxes

If you are like most people, the purchase of a home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make. But sometimes, circumstances beyond your control may require you to sell the home in a short sale or cause you to lose your house to foreclosure. Watch this video to learn more about how short sales or foreclosures may affect your taxes.

 

 

Hello, I’m Scott from TurboTax with some information for homeowners who experience a foreclosure or short sale.

If you are like most people, the purchase of a home is probably one of the biggest financial decisions you will ever make. But sometimes, circumstances beyond your control may require you to sell the home in a short sale or cause you to lose your house to foreclosure.

And although the last thing on your mind is the tax consequences, it’s something you may need to consider when you file your tax return. But luckily, the government provides some tax relief when you lose your home.

Generally, the IRS treats any cancellation or forgiveness of debt by your creditors as taxable income.

When you short-sale your home, usually your mortgage lender is essentially allowing you to sell the home for less than your outstanding debt and cancels your obligation to repay the difference.

A similar situation occurs when the bank forecloses on your home, but this depends on whether your mortgage agreement requires you to pay off the difference between the value of your home and your outstanding loan balance.

If you aren’t liable for any debt beyond what your home is worth at the time of foreclosure, meaning the bank can take your home but nothing more, you will not owe any tax on the remaining debt. However, if you are personally liable for the remaining debt and the bank cancels your obligation to repay it, you have cancelled debt that might be taxable.

Regardless of whether the cancellation relates to a short sale or foreclosure, the current tax law through 2012 allows you to exclude up to $2 million of it from your taxable income if the property was your main home.

Aside from the tax implications of including the cancelled debt in your income, the IRS also requires you to calculate a capital gain or loss since it treats a foreclosure or short sale as a regular sale. However, you might still be eligible to exclude up to $250,000 of gain, or $500,000 if married and filing a joint return, if you owned the home, and it was your principal residence for two of the last five years.

So for most taxpayers, there is plenty of opportunity to avoid paying additional tax when you experience a foreclosure or short sale. However, this tax savings is not available for your second or rental homes.

When you use TurboTax, we’ll ask you simple questions and determine the tax implications of your foreclosure or short sale.

For Sale 5175 NW 1 ST Miami FL 33126

For Sale $325,000.00 This is not a Short Sale or REO. Centrally located in Miami. House is updated, roof, kitchen and crown moldings throughout. This house is minutes from Coral Gables, 836, Doral & Downtown/Brickell areas. Plenty of parking space, gated front.

5175 NW 1 St Miami FL 33126
5175 NW 1 St Miami FL 33126

 

 

Contact: Pablo Aguilar 305-970-3128 Broker for more information.

Frenchies Bistro

15746 SW 56th St, Miami, FL 33185

Food is delicious. Juicy burgers and sandwiches.This was our first time and  will continue going again. Also if you go with the family the kids can enjoy next door (Going Bananas). Your kids can play in a fun and safe environment. We highly recommend it.
Frenchies Bistro (Rebel Burger)
Frenchies Bistro (Rebel Burger)