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  1. This is not hard at all. To do it correctly all you really need is a quit claim deed, it is cheap and you simple go before a notary sign the deed. After which you would take it to the county in which you reside for recording. The best way to do it, without any future...

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 26/12/2006

  2. I do B. You want the loan, so you have the tax write off.

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 06/06/2012

  3. ... with ease of opening a corporation or LLC . These two states do not charge income tax. Also.... You may purchase a purchase property in any state under the LLC or corporation as...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 18/11/2012

  4. Seems like a waste of time and money to me.

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 04/01/2017

  5. ...corporate tax yearly fees. Also, no lender is going to make a real estate loan to a new LLC . Purchase the property as Tenants-in-Common and get a rental property insurance policy and a...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 14/05/2013

  6. ...pesky tenants to track you down and annoy you, that is why you hire a property manager; like me! There are two reasons to have more than one LLC . Reason #1. Each LLC is a separate entity so if one...

    7 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/06/2007

  7. ...of your llc to put up money and credit initially, but then after you aqcuire some property and assets you can get a loan from the bank. I do real estate investment as well with an llc and after 3 years we were able to get a 500,000 dollar loan. With...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 28/08/2008

  8. ...you get any tax advantage. It might be best to place all your property into one LLC thus placing it in a position to purchase additional property without you ...

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 22/07/2010

  9. I'm going to second the guy before me. To the best of my knowledge, no. I've actaully been looking into it locally.

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 04/07/2007

  10. ...much easier than setting up a real estate trust corp. LLC 's can hold property . I'm a little confused... you buy a property for $100k, hold it two years and then sell it for $120k net...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 07/02/2008

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