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Buying a partner out on an aircraft?

Adam Answers

Adam answers in November's edition.

QUESTION: Can an aircraft loan be structured as a 2nd Mortgage on house to gain more favorable interest rate and possible a tax deduction?

ANSWER: Most of the lenders we work with are aircraft lenders, meaning they consider the aircraft as collateral, not your home or some other asset. It would be best to discuss with your CPA or tax consultant the legality of taking tax deductions for interest on HELOC money used to purchase an aircraft. Regardless of legality, in general it’s a better practice to use financing commensurate with the asset.

QUESTION: I'm half owner in a Wag Aero acre trainer. We paid 38k this past June. I want to buy my partner out because he wants to do another project. I would need to finance 19k. What say you?

ANSWER: We have several options for kit built aircraft. Lenders require at least 25 aircraft filed on the FAA registry and three comparable listings in order to value the aircraft. Please give us a call and one of our account executives would be happy to discuss the specific options available. 

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Adam Meredith

Adam Meredith

President of AOPA Aviation Finance Company
Adam Meredith, President of AOPA Aviation Finance Company, is an aircraft finance professional with more than 15 years lending, small business management and customer service experience. Adam is a commercial pilot with multi-engine and instrument ratings.
Topics: Financing, Buying and Selling an Aircraft, AOPA Aviation Finance Co

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