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If your rental property costs you a boatload in homeowner association fees every month, should you keep it and wait for it to appreciate or sell it and buy more investments? That’s the first question I’m answering on today’s Q&A Monday!

On this episode, I’m tackling three listener questions about HOA fees, purchasing real estate in the US from abroad, and the best practices for quickly paying back a private money lender. Press play to hear my advice on this episode of Investing in Real Estate.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • What to do if your property has high HOA fees.
  • How to buy US real estate from abroad.
  • The best way to quickly pay back a private lender.
  • And more!

What to Do If Your Property Has High HOA Fees

Other than the fact that they can be costly, here’s my main issue with HOAs: they have a lot of power. If your rental property belongs to a homeowner association, you should know that the rules can change at the stop of the dime. They can require you to make costly repairs, or even worse—they can decide to prohibit rentals in the neighborhood. Given the chance to sell a property with an HOA in order to buy more rental properties, I’d take that option any day!

How to Buy US Real Estate From Abroad

I get it, buying US real estate as an international investor sounds intimidating. The truth is, it’s not that complicated. International investors have a few additional hoops and hurdles to jump through, but the profits are well worth it. Especially with non-recourse financing, the United States is the number one place to invest. For more, check out my video series and blog post.

The Best Way to Pay Back a Private Lender

If possible, designate your private money lender as first lien holder. This ensures they gain ownership of the property should things go awry. I would suggest making your promissory note flexible in terms of the length. That way, once the property has a tenant in place, you can refinance with the bank and pay your lender back ASAP.

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