Updated on November 23, 2018 by iwano@_84
There are many directions to look in when it comes time to finance the investment for the property you want to purchase. After you have spent time researching what type of investment property is going to meet your needs the best, you may need to come up with some creative alternatives to make the purchase happen.
One of the most well known is “zero down” properties. When looking for these types of investments, it will be important to investigate just where the money is coming from. The most logical and reliable agreements will come from those who want to develop the property. A good zero down property will have a couple of common factors. The developer will cover the closing costs first of all, and within a two year span will be the taxes on the property, and the fees incurred with managing the property itself.
Another creative way to find financing is to include a partner into your investment plans. Believe it or not, there are those in the world who have the money, but are not sure just what to invest it in. That is where you come in with a solid real estate investment plan. Whether the partner is silent, or if they want to play a more vocal role in the partnership, do make sure that all of the financing is done by contract. Bringing in a legal professional will make sure that all parties get what they want out of the partnership to get the most out of investing with real estate.
More and more lenders are willing to help out real estate investors who are looking to purchase houses, refurbish them, and put them back out on the market. One creative way to check out which institutions to look at would be to find a clump of homes which are financed by the lenders, and pick a home or two right around the area in need of some refurbishment. The lenders will be happy to work with someone who is going to bring up the area’s property value as a whole.
No matter which way you plan to go, the basic premise of creative financing will include not using your own money. Seek other routes when looking to begin your real estate property investments.…
Updated on November 23, 2018 by iwano@_84
In English there are 6 different kinds of questions. An utterance is a question if it has one or more of these four markers: rising intonation; inverted word order; a question word: who, what, where, when, how, how, why: or the word or. The different types of questions are differentiated based on the presence of the marker(s).
1. Statement with a rising intonation
The first kind of question has the word order of a statement but is spoken with a rising tune instead of a falling one.
You are serious? It was right? They were surprised? You can fly? You have done the work? This is a joke? You are leaving now? The Rangers won? You are from Bali? You live in Australia? You joined EzineArticles.com? You passed the test? She’s your boss?
The marker is intonation. These are “yes-no’ questions- the speaker is asking for confirmation or denial of what he understands. Such questions are most likely when the questioner has heard something and wants repetition.
2. With 24 Auxiliaries
The more common sort of question is made with inversion-placing an operator in first place. An operator (a form of be: is am, are, was/were, do/does,did, have/has/had, used to/ or one of the modal verbs can/could, will/would, shall/should, may/might, must, ought to, dare or need), which follows the subject in a statement, precedes the statement in a question. If the statement has no such operator, the empty form do occurs in the corresponding question. There are 24 operators or auxiliaries altogether in English.
Is this a good site to follow? Am I late? Are you leaving now? Were you in the office last night? Do you live in Indonesia? Does EzineArticles.com help you a lot in writing? Did it rain here yesterday? Have you got work today? Has your article been approved? Had you learnt before you left for USA? Used he to work in England before? Can you drive? Could you tell me why your account bees suspended? Shall I call you tonight? Should I go and see the manager now? May I help you? Might he come over? Must I heave up anchor? Ought she to do right? Need I contact the company? Dare he come to meet the boss?
These are also yes-no questions. The marker is the inverted word order; consequently, intonation is less important and either a rising or a falling tune may be used.
3. Tag Question
A similar but different way of asking the same thing is to make a statement and attach a tag question. The tag question has an operator which matches the verb of the statement and a pronoun which matches the subject.
You’re leaving now, aren’t you? You aren’t coming tonight, are you? This is a joke, isn’t it? This isn’t a joke, is it? You aren’t serious, are you? He’s gone back to USA, hasn’t he?
There are two different intonation possible: rising tune is used when the speaker is really seeking information, and …