Category: Real Estate

Guide to Colorado Business Entities William Bronchick

Business entities come in so many types that business owners can easily get confused. Hereís a quick guide that will hopefully shed a little light on business entities for you. Business Entities “C” Corporation: A corporation whose shares are held by shareholders. The entity stands apart from the shareholders for legal and tax purposes. The […]

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Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors – The Quick & Dirty Version

by Attorney William Bronchick I’m going to show you in this short video how to set up your entities for real estate for maximum privacy, maximum liability protection and to help minimize taxes:   Free eBook on how to protect your assets! Click Here.        

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Beware of Hidden Fees for Online Corporate Filing Services

I formed a company in Indiana last year using a big name corporate filing service. I just got the annual billing for registered agent service – $225!!! A registered agent is someone in the state of the formation with a physical address that can be served in a lawsuit against the company.  If you live […]

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Five Examples of the IRA-LLC for Real Estate Investing

Example #1: Hard Money Loan Client setups up IRA-LLC, which is funded by money in his self-directed IRA account.  Investor need a loan to buy a property, so the IRA-LLC then wires money to the escrow account of the title company who is closing the deal.  Investor signs a note and deed of trust, the […]

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Is Wholesaling Properties Legal Without a License?

You buy a property, you wholesale it, you profit. Do you need a license to wholesale properties? In most cases, the answer is “no”. Real estate brokerage is an activity regulated by states on their own terms, thus each state defines which activities require a license. There is a lot of vagueness and ambiguity in some of the […]

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Dealing with Competition in Your Real Estate Business

By William Bronchick & Frank Pulley  When you talk about competition and competitors in any business and the real estate business is no different. It can tend to strike fear into the hearts of many investors who are in direct competition with them. The fact is, for most of us, our competition is here to […]

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Should I Go into Real Estate Investing Full Time?

by William Bronchick So, you hate your boss and you’re thinking of going full time in real estate investing?  After a few deals, you may be tempted to do so, but here are some important considerations you need to review before making the jump: Cash Reserves Although Real Estate transactions can be done successfully without […]

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Estate Planning for Real Estate Investors

Courtesy of William Bronchick, Esq. Estate planning for real estate investors involves distributing your assets after death to such people or causes according to your wish with minimum legal complications and the least tax incidence. And estate planning is not just for the wealthy; nor is it something to be contemplated when you reach the ripe […]

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Landlord Legal Issues

by Attorney William Bronchick As a landlord, you should be aware of some of the legal issues related to leasing properties. Here are a few of them: LEAD-BASED PAINT DISCLOSURE Federal law requires that the lessor (landlord) of any rental property constructed before 1978 disclose the presence of any lead-based paint or hazards known by […]

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How to Pick a Good Colorado Real Estate Attorney

No real estate course or seminar is a substitute for a good Colorado real estate attorney. Finding a good Colorado real estate attorney may be difficult since most attorneys are not themselves investors or familiar with creative transactions. Most attorneys will give you just enough advice to keep them from getting sued, but not enough […]

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