A LAND TRUST THAT CYA, COVERS YOUR ASSETS

Use a land trust as a second layer of asset protection to buy, take title, hold and sell real estate.   They act as a separate entity although you retain total control.  They create anonymous ownership that discourages litigation and ensure purchase and sales price remains concealed.

Who should use trusts? Beginning, Intermediate, & Experienced investors.

Plus they're easy to use and you'll:

A LAND TRUST THAT CYA, COVERS YOUR ASSETS



Avoid Liens and Judgments

Avoid Seasoning or Chain of Title issues

Avoid Probate and Inheritance taxes

Avoid Partition with business partners



HOW TO MAKE A LAND TRUST WORK FOR YOU...

It's not enough to just form the trust you also need to know how to use it.

Using a trust as the manager of your LLC or officer or stockholder of your corporation, you can keep your name off the public records.

Make a non-assumable loan assumable and a non-assignable contract assignable; simply by signing over your beneficiary rights. Trusts are especially advised if you're wholesaling or lease optioning properties.

Secure collateral when lending money for real estate, by giving you control of the property until the note is paid. And you still get the tax advantages, even though it's not in your name.

Quick set-up. A trustee is named, use your favorite attorney.   And a beneficiary is assigned. You can use your own name but we prefer to use one of our Corporations or an LLC because it keeps the trust tight.  But only the trustee's (attorney's) name appears in public records, not yours or your company's info.

However, beware, never name any trust using your company name, your family name, or the street name of the property. Random numbers work best like Trust #92165B

Save money.  The sale of the land trust or the property in it are never revealed which usually results in lower property taxes and no state sales tax. Also, you'll save on Title Insurance since the chain of title remains the same.

Use tax laws and legal maneuvers to keep land trusts off your tax return. Tell your CPA or accountant to report the income from the trust on a K-1 trust return to an assembly trust,  that nets all the properties and enters a one line number on the trust return. Sounds like Geek but the professionals will know how to do it, you just need to tell them to do it. That's what having the power of knowledge is all about.

We highly suggest: Write all of your contracts, take possession and sell every property in a land trust.

The cost to create a trust.  Usually, about $400 to create and $100 a year to maintain if you use a real estate or trust attorney.  Or you can do it yourself.

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