Any good RE CPA's in the Rio Grande Valley area?

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Hi, does anyone know a good CPA with RE experience here in the RGV?

Thanks!!

As for an accountant do not feel like you need to use someone local. Many of us accountants have clients worldwide. Payroll, bookkeeping, etc can mostly be done remotely.

Here is a great list of questions to ask a potential accountant:http://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/51/topics/70447-questions-to-ask-a-cpa

Also check out the www.NAEA.org page in your search. It should help you find someone local. If someone comes to me, I'll send them your way.

If you need help in your search or want to verify something don't hesitate to ask.

For example: I have clients worldwide and things are just as easy as I e-mail them, talking on the phone. I even use Skype and TeamViewer to communicate with clients so I'd highly recommend looking for one of the best with great references that interviews well with you.

So look for someone you can connect with that works out for your situation.

Feel free to ask here if you have questions.

Thanks a lot for your answer Steven! I do have an accountant but she (or her team) made a mistake last year and we had to file an amendment so part of my refund got delayed, also I'm not sure if I need an accountant specializing in real estate or if any one would do. just fine. I just want one that could monitor my DTI ratio and ask me if we should take or not some deductions for next year.....

Originally posted by @Christian Ibarrola :

Thanks a lot for your answer Steven! I do have an accountant but she (or her team) made a mistake last year and we had to file an amendment so part of my refund got delayed, also I'm not sure if I need an accountant specializing in real estate or if any one would do. just fine. I just want one that could monitor my DTI ratio and ask me if we should take or not some deductions for next year.....

 I hate to say this but not everyone is perfect 100% of the time.
You should be taking all of your deductions entitled. You do not want to misrepresent income to the bank. That could be considered mortgage fraud in the wrong situation.

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