It sounds to me like you need a good American Partner that can provide the answers you seek and the vehicle you need for investing. I know you realize that all must be done according to the law, or you would not be making the inquiry you are making.
What your American investor is going to want is the following: 1. How much cash do you have available to invest? 2. What is the debt to equity ratio that you expect to have in any transaction? 3. Is your money available to be either transferred immediately upon demand by an escrow company under their contractual instructions, or better yet to set up an investment account that will be accessible by an escrow company? 4. What is the amount of participation interest in an investment entity that will likely be formed, are you willing to give to your American partner? (The entity will likely be either a corporation or an LLC depending on the advice that will be specifically provided by the US attorney that will represent the entity). 5. And a full definition of the investment strategy will need to be provided in the documentation that will be executed between you and your American partner. If these questions cannot be easily addressed it may be unlikely that
There are many qualified Americans that are in the industry that have the ability to help you achieve your goals.
Good luck Peter....
Rob Baird, CA RE Lic. #544165 (One of the oldest, active licenses in CA)
Oct 22, 2010