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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $70 - Posted
Looking for someone to create a quick & simple, hypothetical tax audit scenario for a real estate transaction in Microsoft Excel. Applicants must be well versed in U.S. IRS personal tax laws and regulations, including to audit process, penalties and associated fines, etc, and as they pertain to real estate transactions. Applicants should expect back-and-forth communication and follow-up questions related to the submitted work. If you are interested or want more information about the job, please submit a proposal. Thanks!
Skills: Real Estate Law Accounting IRM Income Tax Audits Microsoft Excel
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
A corporation located in Stavropol region, Russia, owns a shopping center. Presently it is in the process of preparing and submitting for registration the technical documentation for the building and lease agreement for the land under the building in accordance with the new legislation. Last time the documents were updated was in 2001. Looking for an experienced real estate counsel who can provide ongoing legal consulting in these matters. Personal presence is not required. The work includes, but is not limited to reviewing the present ownership and technical documentation for the building, consulting on various matters related to the registration of the documents with state agencies, assistance with lease agreement to be executed with the city administration (previously it was "indefinite use of land"), technical requirements and other issues that may arise from time to time. Compensation is negotiable
Skills: Real Estate Law Legal Consulting Legal research Russian Language
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
What is happening ? Our company hired a General Contractor to do a Renovation of a house located in Tampa, Florida, for $62k and therefore, our company paid a "Initial Deposit" of $6k. The General Contractor did some demolitions, not all of them, got paid extra $4k and started trying to make us change order, to charge extra money. We said we wouldn't change order, that he would have to follow the contract as it is, to complete the renovation. But at this point, the General Contractor abandoned the job. and doesn't pick up calls, nor responds to e-mails. The General Contractor didn't even pulled the permits to do this job, and more than 1 month has already passed since he was hired. Last week, the General Contractor sent us one e-mail saying that he was cancelling the contract and that he would be doing the refund of "part" of our money, that he would still be calculating his costs related to the job, but even though, he didn't pay us nothing, nor responded to our e-mail asking him how much would he be willing to refund. What we want ? We want to recover our financial losses from this General Contractor, as most as possible. What we have ? We have the contract with the General Contractor, we have proof of payments, we have his e-mail asking to change order, we have references from previous jobs he has done, we have legal documents from his company and from his insurance and his License What we offer to our Attorney ? We offer a percentage from whatever you are able to recover for us. We don't pay per hour.
Skills: Real Estate Law Contract Law Legal Consulting Litigation
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need a step by step developer guide: Situation is this I live in NYC, I am going to look at building sales in the less than 20 Million price point. I want to convert these buildings from the most likely deplorable condition they are in and turn them into mid-priced condominiums in the $1 to 5 Million range. Either it is a gut renovation and adding additional floors on top of the existing structure. Or demolish and building new construction. I need a step by step guide as to how I would accomplish this from acquisition to completion Including using expediters, architects, contractors, project managers etc. = I want a framework for what is typical if I act as developer and I am raising equity from several HNW individuals who are active in real estate as operators themselves or just investors. Act as developer or perform development consulting charging developer fee / acquisition fee / management fee As GP I want a typical payout structure i.e waterfall model List of vendors I will need to employ and at what stages before and after we purchase the property, like zoning analysis, market studies/feasibility studies, architects, engineers, contractors, project managers, etc. I need a guide on achieving the following: 1. Hire and coordinate professionals performing due diligence studies. 2. Make recommendations of all professionals to be hired. 3. Arrange for interviews with all professionals. 4. Negotiate contracts with all professionals. 5. Coordinate vacating and demolition of existing buildings. 6. Pro forma initial development and operating budgets. 7. Coordinate professionals during pre-development, and development. 8. Assist in obtaining 421a tax certificates, negotiate acquisition of certificates. 9. Negotiate and assist in structuring deals with Lenders. 10. Coordinate with your accounting department/accountant throughout project. 11. Conduct feasibility study showing competitions choice for unit sizes, unit finishes, and unit pricing. Developer Duties: a. Establish project potential and assist owner in the development of the project plan. b. Prepare pro forma initial development and operating budgets Work with Owner as needed and as requested to develop permanent operating budgets. – this could be done by PMT firm c. Identify and recommend necessary vendors and professionals for the project including but not limited to architects, engineers, expeditors, general contractors, attorneys and insurance brokers. d. Assist in negotiating contracts with all vendors and professionals as needed and requested by Owner. 4. Consultant shall provide advice to Owner regarding the rendering of the following services in connection with the development portion of the project as needed and requested by Owner: a. Review demolition plan. b. Attend weekly and or bi-weekly development meetings as required by Ownership and advise Owner’s professionals during weekly meetings. c. Monitor approval and permit process. d. Consult as requested regarding budget planning, loan management and requisition draws. e. Advise on building services and tenant requirements. f. Act as interface between tenants, and design team and Owner as requested. If helpful I can provide the following examples: Project Overview/Investment Memo, operating agreements, a subscription agreement, developer fee agreement, purchase term sheet, brokerage exclusive right to sell agreement, Response to Appraisal letter to the bank challenging the appraisal, JV Proposal Agreement,
Skills: Real Estate Law Financial analysis Financial Prospectus Writing Financial Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40,000 - Posted
Kalex is in the business of real estate investment. We buy and rehab houses. We also run a retail sales realty company. Lastly, we lend money to private real estate "flippers" to fund the acquisition and rehab of their projects. We operate in Illinois and Florida. Must Have Skills • Aggressive • Real Estate • Foreclosure • Investigation Position Type Full-Time Benefits This is a full time position for in house counsel in the Tampa area for our fund. There is 100% telecommuting and you will report directly to the CEO. The position will focus on "problem" borrowers and "problem" loans. All of the work you will be concentrating on will be related to loans that were given to real estate flippers' entities. The candidate must have knowledge in the procedural process of a real estate "deal" and the life of a loan and default. Many times, these defaulted loans also have fraudulent activity where 1 or more persons colluded to defraud the fund. We are a company that has done over 3000 transactions. We have not had a lot of issues with default. In the past, if we had an issue, we would hire counsel on a deal by deal basis but business in the Tampa area has proved that the process in which we handle defaults, needs to change and we need an aggressive lawyer, in house. Our company believes in hiring the right people and empowering them ..
Skills: Real Estate Law
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
The job is simple and involves getting on the phone with home owners then presenting them with an offer to purchase their property. You will also need to gather basic information. I will email instructions and additional details if you interested. A straight forward and short script is provided. Audio examples are available as well. Pay will be hourly. Potential for bonuses and growth. Looking for someone that is self motivated and great with verbal communication. Best of luck and thanks for your interest.
Skills: Real Estate Law Acquisitions Cold calling Communications
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $70 - Posted
Looking for a FINANCIAL MODELER to create a simple tax audit scenario (details will be provided to qualified applicants prior to being hired) in Microsoft Excel. Applicants must be well versed in U.S. IRS personal tax laws and regulations, including to audit process, penalties and associated fines, etc, and as they pertain to real estate transactions. I will provide the facts/data you will need to complete the analysis. Applicants should expect back-and-forth communication and follow-up questions pertaining to the submitted work. Thank you!
Skills: Real Estate Law Financial modeling IRM Income Tax Audits Microsoft Excel
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am hiring someone to follow a pre-written script calling prospective home buyers/sellers. The goal is to overcome objections and schedule an appointment to preview or list the sellers property. If the prospect is not in the market, we strive to help as many people with their real estate needs. It is your job to show the prospect how we could be of service to them and schedule an appointment meet. Depending on experience, the compensation is $9-11/hr with $200 bonus for each appointment that leads to a sale.
Skills: Real Estate Law Cold calling Real Estate Appraisal Real Estate IDX
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
My company is considering purchasing a parcel of land, tearing down an existing structure and building an apartment complex in Atlanta, Georgia. I need to know: 1- What is that parcel of land zoned for today? (I am assuming multifamily, but what is the exact code classification and what is the definition of that classification) 2- If we build a new apartment complex on it- what are the rules for how big it can be? (i.e.- is there a limit on how many square feet it can be?, a limit on how many apartment units can be on the property?) 3- What are the dimensions of the land parcel? 4- For new structures on this type of land- what is the legal 'setback' from the edge of the property? (i.e.- how close can the new structure be from the edge of the property line?) 5- What percentage of the land can be covered with a building? What percentage can be covered with pavement? 6- Are there any major utility lines running under the property? 7- Have there been any permits pulled for this property for work done? (e.g.- electrical permits, plumbing permits, renovations, etc.)- would like any details for records of this property with the City of Atlanta. 8- Are there any liens on this property?
Skills: Real Estate Law Property Development Research