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Property Owner – How Do I Create New “Liquidity”?

A property as a financial lifeline. Financial challenges are an inevitable part of life. Whether it’s financing children’s education, the failure of a self-employment venture, an impending divorce, inheritance disputes or obstacles with credit commitments. All of these situations can create a sudden need for additional liquidity. At such times, real estate can be more than just a home. A property can be a crucial financial resource. Andreas Müller, a renowned expert in the partial purchase of real estate and owner of the company Realwertpartner Immobilien GmbH, will explain below how property owners can profit from their property in such situations. The property as a financial safety net A property often represents a significant portion of a person’s or family’s wealth. It is not only a place of retreat and security, but also a potential financial safety net. In times of unexpected financial stress, the value tied up in a property can serve as a lifeline. You don’t necessarily have to sell the entire property and look for a new place to live in order to access this capital. There are innovative approaches such as the partial real estate sale, in which only a portion of the property is sold, allowing the owner to continue living in his or her home. This approach offers a flexible solution to generate liquidity without having to completely give up the beloved home. The process of partial sale The partial sale of real estate is a specialized and structured process aimed at helping property owners in financial straits. Essentially, it involves the sale of a certain percentage of the property’s value in exchange for immediately available cash. The owner thus receives a portion of the market value of their property, but still retains the right to live there and the option to sell the rest of the property at a later date. This means that the owner can continue to live in the property and use it according to his ideas. For this lifelong unrestricted use of the sold share, the partial seller then pays the buyer, such as the company Realwertpartner Immobilien GmbH, a monthly so-called usage fee. The process usually begins with an appraisal of the property, followed by the seller’s determination of the percentage of the sale, which can be a maximum of 55 percent of the appraised market value. Once an agreement is reached, the sale is notarized by a notary public.… weiterlesen

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