In this episode, Scott discusses strategies that real estate investors can use to protect their assets from lawsuit while maximizing tax savings.
Scott shares a specific scenario that involves a lawsuit between an investor with an LLC and an investor whose assets were held in their personal name.
Scott explains to the audience why one of the biggest ways to lose money as a real estate investor is holding property in your personal name.
Scott discusses setting up bullet-proof anonymity and asset protection for your real estate investing business.
Scott covers lawsuits in the real estate investing space, explaining his ‘if, not when’ approach to protecting yourself as a real estate investor.
Scott explains how investors can set up a Series LLC to protect real estate assets, hide ownership, and not cause a headache at tax time.
Scott advises that asset protection is the best way to maximize your returns and how land trusts or agent trusts can be used to make yourself judgment-proof.
Scott shares asset protection strategies including the importance of looking at all your assets and separating the ones that could have any liability attached to it.
In this episode, Scott reveals his top ten strategy of things real estate investors need to know to protect their assets and maximize their tax savings.
Scott shares his advice on why you shouldn’t hold property in your personal name, traditional v.s. series LLCs, and more.
Scott gives some great advice on how to safeguard your real estate property and all of the benefits of the entities involved.
Scott drops three value bombs in this appearance involving protecting against lawsuits by structuring your assets in a way that uses anonymity.
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