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Issues To Consider When Buying/Selling Multi-Unit Residential Income Property

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When purchasing a multi-unit [tag]residential property[/tag], there are additional items that must be addressed at settlement that are not routine in typical residential transactions. For this very reason, it is essential to ask your [tag]real estate agent[/tag] if he/she has significant experience in handling multi-unit properties (I would also strongly suggest that you involve a [...] View the full article: Issues To Consider When Buying/Selling Multi-Unit Residential Income Property on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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    Vacation Condos
    Replied almost 12 years ago
    Great Post -I have had transactions where it was shown on the HUD and where they were transfered at closing. In some state it is required you have the tennant approval before the deposits can be transfered
    Cory Armand
    Replied 11 months ago
    Great information in this post. I’ve been investing in single family homes for 11 years, now I’m in the process of stepping up to the multi units, and the information in the post was perfect. Thanks, Cory