PASSIVE EARNINGS THE CHARITABLE WAY
Obtain extra cash for the production of an event or celebration from hard money loans to the Solitaire Association.
When you become a hard money lender to the Solitaire
Association to further its exempt purpose of providing information and escape havens to its constituents you get a lump sum of
principle + a flat 12% interest + fees in
THE SOLITAIRE ASSOCIATION USES THE FUNDS TO PURCHASE, SELL OR TRADE NOVELTY REALTY TO FUND ITS CHARITABLE PURPOSE IN YOUR COMMUNITY.
When the sale occurs you get paid the lump sum. Advertised industry flip time: 3 to 6 months; sometimes 30 days.
This is one of the ways The Solitaire Association raises funds. This is not a tax free activity for an individual because of the receipt of interests and fees in
addition to principle.
YOU ARE THE BANK.
However, tax exemption for nonprofit organizations providing loans is in accordance with federal and state rules; as a nonprofit you know the rules.
INTEREST THE CHARITABLE WAY
QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, DETAILS
What is novelty realty?
Real Estate with a value of +50% beyond the purchased amount.
How may I passively profit?
Loan an amount of your choosing towards the purchase or provide an entire amount to purchase novelty realty. Advertised industry flip time: 3 to 6 months, sometimes within 30 days.
The Solitaire Association purchases, manages and resells the novelty realty. You get a lump sum as specified above, The Solitaire Association gets the remainder to cover expenses and funding for the services provided to the community in which you are a resident.
Can I lose my money?
There is no losing on a Solitaire Association loan for many reasons. One reason is that even though there is not a guarantee the property will ever be sold you are an owner, and/or, you have a lien on realty with a value of +50% more than the purchase amount.
Where is a trackable verifiable potential novelty realty?
One source is government auction sites (foreclosures).
Featured: A REAL AND ONGOING CASE
QUESTIONS, ANSWERS, DETAILS - continued
But I can do the same thing
Yes, however it is time consuming, a lot of research, tracking, expense plus possible loss due to damages.
When you make a loan to the Solitaire Association you don't have to do any leg work (HOA fees, maintenance, etc.).
100% of the Solitaire Association's proceeds go to the charitable cause of providing an essential service to the community while you get funds for your events and celebrations (or for whatever purpose you choose - e.g., new transportation or additions to savings).
You also eliminate unnecessary expenses and losses.
You get back the principle + Interest + fees.
How do I get the details of an agreement or make a loan?
By Phone or through the Funding Representative at:
The Solitaire Association
8220 N. Florida Avenue, #443
Tampa, FL 33604
11:00am to 6:00pm (Monday through Thursday)
your place of business
in the comfort of your home
(813) 935-4746 The Solitaire Association
8220 N. Florida Ave., #443, Tampa Florida 33604-3050
As a service The Solitaire Association is tracking this case for you
The results for the featured property are posted here
August 15th. The home sold to a third party bidder in the HOA foreclosure.
August 18th. Learned that the 3rd party bidder did not pay the balance; therefore, should the HOA fees not be paid the home will be on the auction block once again.
I questioned whether there was anyone residing there. Today, Leanna Cappucci, an owner as of this date, was featured on ABC Action News as a community resident demonstrating ideal lunches for children (from the kitchen).
August 19th. A motion to reset sale.
August 25th. An Order rescheduling the judicial sale. Date: October 10, 2014.
When you loan funds to the Solitaire Association for a purchase through an acquisition source you get:
25,200 on 21,000
3,100 on 2,500
120,000 on 100,000
Advertised industry Flip Time - 3 to 6 months, sometimes 30 days.
The more you loan the higher the return.
This 4bdrm/3bthrm pool home with an assessed value of 172,514 had been sold to the highest bidder @ 23,000 (after fees) on August 15th. The bidder walked away (and lost +1,000). Therefore this property will be up for auctioning once again unless the residents provide payment.
For confirmation visit www.r4c Hillsborough, click calendar, go to August 15th date. Look for the judgment amount of 16,043