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The Disadvantages of Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) 1031 Exchange DST Properties

The Delaware Statutory Trust is a mighty vehicle, particularly for the California-based investor. But just as with any other legal tool, neither the DST, 1031, or power combo of both is without flaw. You may…

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Delaware Statutory Trust (DST): The Benefits of the Structure

Our deep dive into the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) continues now with what we consider some of the best news about the structure: the perks. If you’ve already read up on the basics, FAQs, and…

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Delaware Statutory Trust (DST): Understanding The How, Why & The Basics

The Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is an asset protection tool that really doesn’t get the sexy reputation it deserves. Because these babies really are fine legal vehicles for compartmentalizing assets, securing your anonymity, and keeping…

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Delaware Statutory Trust: The FAQs

So far in our discussion of the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), we’ve hit on the basics you need to know about the structure and some deeper nuances about regulatory and tax implications for California investors….

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Delaware Statutory Trust: What To Know About Your Eligibility, Rules & Regulations

To continue our comprehensive series on the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), let’s dive a little deeper into the nitty gritty details of how this structure works to protect real estate investors.   What Kinds of…

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Series LLC for Real Estate Investors in California

For most real estate investors, experts recommend you consider investing through a series limited liability company (LLC). However, in the state of California, you should consider using a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) instead. Why? Let’s…

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Why You Need A Registered Agent Service

Did you know that as a business owner, you are legally required to have a Registered Agent in the state that your real estate company is formed in? This is particularly true if you have…

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Your State’s Fair Housing Agencies

The Federal Housing Act prohibits landlords from discriminating based on color, race, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex, and familial status. These attributes are referred to as a protected category. This means that you should…

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Dealing With Tenants Who Have an Addiction to Drugs or Alcohol

With the sheer prevalence of substance use disorders and addiction in the United States, most real estate investors will have to confront the issue of a tenant suffering from the disease of addiction at some…

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Landlord-Tenant Statutes, State by State

Wise real estate investors know the importance of guarding against lawsuits. You…

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The Basics of a Series LLC

When it comes to creating your own business or even forming one that already exists and putting it under your name, there are a few things you need to know. You may want to form…

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Big Considerations to Take When Naming Your Land Trust

  Today I’ll shed some light on an aspect of land trust that may seem so simple, it’s often overlooked. The naming of a land trust shouldn’t take much time, but it should be done with some care. The main thing to consider when naming your trust should be maintaining…

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What States Are Permitting Series LLCs?

The Series LLC is beloved by investors and business people for its…

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Asset Protection For Real Estate Investors in California

Real estate is big business all over the country, but savvy California investors must be aware of the limitations and unique concerns they face under state law. While California is a popular place for residents…

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How Should I Separate My Personal Property From My Real Estate Investments?

Separating your personal property from your investments is absolutely critical for real estate investors. Ensuring that you do this correctly is important for both saving and making as much money as possible. Also, doing so…

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Delaware Statutory Trust Structure With Anonymous Trusts: Protect Your Assets Like the Pros

The Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a tool wise real estate investors use to avoid the dreaded Franchise Tax that eats into the profits of  LLCs. The California investor achieves protection based on two concepts:…

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Delaware Statutory Trusts: How to Buy an Airline at No Risk

This is article may appeal to the amateur historians and aspiring empire…

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Series LLCs 101: A Primer

Whoever said, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is,” wasn’t familiar with a Series LLC business structure. Increasingly, especially among real estate investors, individuals and business entities around the nation are…

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Series LLC’s: When Things Go South Legally

There is no business model that provides complete immunity from market reversals, natural disasters, or changes in laws and regulations.  Stuff happens. To everyone, in every business. And when even the best-laid plans of talented…

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