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Just had a client use Interactive cash-out refi At 2.75 to buy an investment home
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I think they have temporarily stopped taking new applications. There was a backdoor link posted earlier in this thread a 2-3 days back.

I used this below link to see rates and apply, but now it comes up with no results. So I suspect they are working to catch up

https://app.lenderfi.com/partner/C8AX0T65/search?type=refinance&campaign=organic
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How do you apply with LenderFi because there website has nothing?  Do you have to call?

Website. But I would give a secondary email. (From my experience they email frequently to follow up)
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How do you apply with LenderFi because there website has nothing?  Do you have to call?
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Cost basis of home = purchase price + closing costs + upgrades for the home (flooring, paint, window coverings, etc) - credits (from agent, lender, or seller/builder)

Gain/Loss = Sale price - cost basis of home - closing costs (including commission and 3rd party costs) - credits to buyer (if any).

Also, keep in mind that there is only a $1m lifetime gain exemption per individual.
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General Real Estate and Mortgage Talk / Re: Capital gains tax of $250k
« Last post by WTTCHMN on Today at 01:54:22 PM »
Do interior things like window treatments and flooring and painting count as capital improvements?

https://homeguides.sfgate.com/examples-capital-improvements-2554.html
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General Real Estate and Mortgage Talk / Re: Capital gains tax of $250k
« Last post by irvineboy on Today at 01:38:28 PM »
Do interior things like window treatments and flooring and painting count as capital improvements? 
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General Real Estate and Mortgage Talk / Re: Capital gains tax of $250k
« Last post by WTTCHMN on Today at 01:24:07 PM »
Let's say you buy a home for $1m and then you sell for $1,350,000  The capital gains tax is $1,000,000 - $1,350,000 = $350k.  You are exempt as single person up to $250,000 of capital gains.  So how can you avoid paying taxes on the $100,000?

Find a wife.

But if she divorces you, it will probably cost you more.

Yes, you can deduct any capital improvements.
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Irvine Real Estate / Re: Fresco Eastwood Village
« Last post by Irvinehomeseeker on Today at 01:13:36 PM »
With EW as already established neighbourhood, I would expect price to be same or may be even higher than OH.
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