Let’s say you’re an investor who buys and sells properties…wholesales…deals in tax liens or deeds…or engages in other real estate related activities in which you don’t hold onto a property for more than one year. What’s the appropriate entity to use for these transactions? Typically, the answer is an LLC, or Limited Liability Company. Basically, … Continue reading “Flipping” Over Using an LLC for Real Estate Investments? Do It Strategically!
“Flipping” Over Using an LLC for Real Estate Investments? Do It Strategically!
by Clint Coons | Jan 31, 2017
Clint CoonsClint Coons is a licensed attorney, active real estate investor, successful entrepreneur, and published author who specializes in asset protection and business planning. Clint shares his knowledge and strategies at seminars nationwide with real estate investors, stock traders, and small business owners. He is nationally recognized for his ability to take complicated laws or structures and explain them in crystal clear form. He helps his client's protect their investments through his innovative and dynamic approach to asset management.
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