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Make sure the individual providing you tax advice is also a real estate investor.

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Our Financial Services for Real Estate Include:

  • Structuring Tax Efficient Entities for Various Real Estate Activities
  • Analyzing Aggregation Elections
  • Analyzing and Identifying Favorable Appropriate Economic Units for Grouping Activities
  • Converting Passive Real Estate Tax Losses into Non-Passive Tax Losses to Offset Other Sources of Income
  • Capital Gains vs. Ordinary Income Preservation Strategies
  • 1031 Like Kind Exchange Planning
  • Installment Sale Planning
  • Qualified Opportunity Fund Planning
  • Real Estate Investment Grant Planning
  • Federal and State Historical Tax Credit Planning
  • Land Conservation Easement Planning
  • Cost Segregation Planning
  • Management Company Planning
  • Tax Efficient Debt and Equity Strategies
  • Cancellation of Debt Income (CODI) Planning
  • Debt Financed Distribution Planning
  • Holding Company Planning
  • Land Development Strategies
  • Lease to Construction Strategies
  • Net Operating Income and Cash Flow Analysis and Planning

rental Real Estate Investment Strategy

Are you a real estate investor? What type of real estate investments do you hold?

One type of real estate investment, rental real estate, can be an excellent alternative to investments such as stocks and bonds (i.e., portfolio assets).

Rental real estate can be acquired in a number of ways such as foreclosure auctions, pre-foreclosure, directly from the owner or through an agent, etc.

Below are a few reasons investors are attracted to rental real estate investments:

  • Lenders will generally finance a large portion of the acquisition meaning less money out of the investor’s pocket;
  • Tenants pay the investor rent which can offset the related expenses (interest, taxes, insurance, repairs, etc.) the investor incurs to hold and maintain the rental real estate;
  • Rental real estate can provide a steady stream of cash flow to the investor;
  • Generally, the investor retains any appreciation on the rental real estate, even though the lender may have financed a large portion of the acquisition;
  • Investors are allowed to claim “deprecation” (a non-cash deduction) on the value of the rental real estate building and improvements; which further reduces the investor’s rental income;
  • Rental real estate is one of the few investments in which the after-tax return can be higher than the before tax return;
  • Investors may dispose of their rental real estate under a tax-free exchange; thus, allowing the investor to reinvest all the proceeds from the disposition of their rental real estate for like kind property(ies) without incurring any Federal income tax;
  • Investor may claim other deductions (e.g., travel, education, meals & entertainment) that are related to their rental real estate;
  • Generally, as rental real estate appreciates, the investor can easily obtain access to the increased equity via a refinancing of the existing debt, obtaining an additional term loan or line of credit or any combination thereof.