E What is it?
E How does it work?
E Common questions
Land trusts are often the unsung heroes of the real estate investing process. You can use them to control a company rather than own it.
As we continue our series on the land trust, it’s time to turn our attention toward the major benefits of this structure.
Let’s just be clear that you don’t have to pass any eligibility requirements beyond being of legal age to get a land trust.
If you want to protect your privacy and real estate assets, a land trust is a great way to do so. Why?
In previous articles, we’ve discussed the main benefits of holding title to real estate investment property in a land trust.
Setting up land trusts for each investment property you own is essential.
Borrowing money on property held in a Land Trust gives you more options than with a conventional loan. Click to see how it works.
If you’ve started learning about the land trust recently, questions are common.
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E Title Holding Trust or Land Trust
E Land Trust vs. Living Trust
E Land Trusts and Foreclosures
E Out-of-State Land Trusts
E Separate Land Trust per Property
E Privacy: Land Trust Owned by an LLC
E Protecting from Identity Theft Dangers
E How Honest Are Land Trusts for Asset Protection
E Understanding Land Trust Beneficial Shares
E Should a Minor Be the Beneficiary?
E Should You Form a Land Trust with Multiple Beneficiaries?
E What Happens If A Land Trust Beneficiary Claims Bankruptcy?
E Land Trust Beneficiaries & The Foreclosure Process
E Borrowing Money Using a Land Trust
E Paying for College with A Land Trust
E Selling Beneficial Interest in a Land Trust
E A Few Reasons NOT to Use Land Trusts
E When You’re Glad You Used Land Trusts
E Using A Land Trust In Estate Planning: How To Avoid Probate
E The Definitive Language Of The Irrevocable Land Trust
E The Benefit Of Using a Power of Attorney
E Making Sense Of Fraudulent Conveyance
E What Happens When Your Land Trust Gets Sued?
E Can a Lien be Filed Against a Property Held in a Land Trust?
E Is a Land Trust Legal in Your State?
E What Is the Liability of a Trustee?
E Do Land Trust Trustees Have Personal Liability in Federal Government Matters?
E How to Trust Your Land Trust Trustee
E How Is a Land Trust Different Then a Standard Trust?
E Does a Land Trust Have to File a Tax Return?
E Preparing Your Taxes with Your Land Trusts
E Are Land Trusts Disregarded Entities for Tax Purposes?
E The Use of California Land Trusts
E Can I Use a Land Trust in California to Protect Real Estate Assets?
E Reviewing the Differences in California Land Trusts vs. Illinois Land Trusts
Anonymous Land Trusts are a little-known legal tool that offer smart investors a way to hold property anonymously.
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Chances are if you’re reading this, you already know a little bit about land trusts.
There are a number of good reasons why an individual would want to pursue a land trust.
Despite what you might read on the Internet, don’t worry about the due on sale clause.
When it comes to setting up a land trust, the best time to set one up is right away.
Today I’ll shed some light on an aspect of land trust that may seem so simple, it’s often overlooked.