Foreign investor shareholder loan to build income property
I want to use an existing Nevada C corp to receive direct foreign investment to build income producing property. I may or may not share in ownership of the completed property. I'm not sure how to bring the foreign investment officially into the corporation and what options exist for exit that are best for the investor? I'm basically building the property for the foreigner as an investment and would like to share to some extent on the completed transaction. Should it be through a shareholder loan? Voting/non-voting? How does this all relate to the Department of Commerce form BE-13? There is a statement about exemption if the transaction is less than $3m, smaller than 200 acres and less than 10% voting stock. I'm trying to keep this as simple as possible, potentially share in ownership and satisfy the investor in the best tax sense. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.