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QUESTION: 

We have 2 people who will be using the Investor Books / Tenant Tracking system. 

Do we need to purchase QB multi-user and network our computers so that the data will sync ?  How does that work?

Thanks!
Sherry W.

ANSWER:
great question Sherry!
here is your short simple answer.

 

If you are using one computer and you have QuickBooks Pro installed on it: Click to Access Video or Read More

QUESTION:

Hello Mike,

I understand your reply of repair versus capital expense so my question must not have been clear…

When I buy a house to resell that will need some repairs, these repairs are a capital expense as the property is not in “service”.

To properly see my cash flow in Investor Books PRO when I do a report, I put these fix up costs as an expense (initially).   I do this under “repairs and maintenance”

The fix ups will eventually be transferred and re-characterized as a capital expense at a later date thus in the meantime allowing my cash flow report to provide useful information for me as an investor.

My question is when do I transfer this to the asset?

Thank you Mike,

Hope that is more clearer-er

Steve

 

ANSWER:

Great Question Steve! This is probably one of those questions most investors are afraid to ask.

For starters, as an investor and business owner Click to Access Video or Read More

Tenant Tracking is part 2 of the Investor Books Pro System™, The Only System for Real Estate Investors using QuickBooks Pro.

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QUESTION:

Hi Mike,

I have a question regarding entering the HUD info into QuickBooks for a newly purchased property. I’ve watched your videos on the subject and they were extremely helpful-Thank you, but i can’t seem to figure out the answer to the following question.

What do you do with the expenses relating to the purchase of the property that happen outside of the HUD.  For example… The inspection costs, the Hard Money appraisal that I paid for, and even a foundation repair that was paid for outside of the Hard Money loan Holdback but happened during the rehabbing of the property. It seems these are technically part of the cost of the Asset and should be applied to the real estate asset account.

Should those be entered as part of the asset account or should they be applied to other accounts such as a repair account?

Also, I would love to see you do a video showing the process of going from a Hard Money loan to Refinancing out of that loan and what that process would be like. This is essential what I’m trying to figure out with my questions above.

Thank you Mike,

Bryan T.
Dallas

 

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ANSWER:  

Great question Bryan. For starters, let’s copy and paste your question below and we will break it down into baby steps.

I have a question regarding entering the HUD info into QuickBooks for a newly purchased property. I’ve watched your videos on the subject and they were extremely helpful-Thank you, but i can’t seem to figure out the answer to the following question.

What do you do with the expenses relating to the purchase of the property that happen outside of the HUD.  For example… The inspection costs, the Hard Money appraisal that I paid for, and even a foundation repair that was paid for outside of the Hard Money loan Holdback but happened during the rehabbing of the property. It seems these are technically part of the cost of the Asset and should be applied to the real estate asset account.

Great question Bryan. I highly recommend you review the On Demand Video from the all day workshop. Here’s the link: http://quickbooksforinvestors.com/training-replay/5-live-training-replays/ This is covered in detail. Just check out the Investor Books Pro video.

Here’s your rule of thumb. “Anything that does not happen Click to Access Video or Read More