Whether you’re set on forming a Series LLC or interested in the Series LLC’s benefits for real estate investors, this article will give you the very basics on what you need to know about setting up a Series LLC as an Ohio investor. We will go over in-state and...read more
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A traditional LLC structure handles everything that could incur legal liability (i.e. what people can sue you for), which includes all of the operations (e.g. signing contracts). It is intentionally designed to be what people sue. Because it owns nothing, the plaintiff will receive nothing.
If you own or are considering purchasing a Series LLC, you’ll quickly become familiar with the importance of the Series Document. To get the full benefits of your Series LLC, it’s absolutely crucial to have effectively crafted and legally compliant documents for each of your Series entities.
A Joint Venture Agreement is a partnership agreement typically found as part of an LLC. In the LLC context, it is referred to as an Operating Agreement. Details about how profits and losses are divided, who controls the operations of the LLC, and which rights and responsibilities are designated to each partner are outlined in the LLC’s Operating Agreement.
The Series LLC is among our most popular products because it allows you to essentially create an infinite number of LLCs for the price of one. The Series LLC uses a parent-child structure, where the parent Series LLC is filed with the State of Texas, and can then create an individual child Series on its own without any additional filing.
Self Directed IRA-owned LLC
The Self Directed IRA-owned LLC is used for Checkbook Control. The IRA is the sole owner of the LLC and you, as the IRA owner, are the Manager of the LLC. This set-up allows for the Self Directed IRA owner to directly control their investments without oversight or approval of a custodian.
A Limited Partnership (LP) is a type of agreement that you can use to structure real estate and other business deals. AnLimited Partnership is more than just an agreement, it’s an actual partnership that is formed and filed in a state (like an LLC).
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Investors in the state of Delaware are fortunate to live in one of the best states for forming a Series LLC. This famously pro-business state is a wonderful place to form a Traditional LLC or Series LLC. For real estate investors in Delaware, the Delaware Series LLC...read more
Since the Series LLC is a lesser-known entity compared to its Traditional LLC counterpart, it is only natural that real estate investors have questions about the structure. So you can better understand the Series LLC, we have collected some of the FAQs here. Is There...read more