Using LLCs to purchase rental properties can have significant advantages in certain circumstances, but can you structure them to maximize critical protections for landlords? This hands-on, how-to guide will walk you through the process of forming LLCs to hold rental properties and highlight essential areas of concern along the way. You will take away valuable knowledge you need to craft operating agreements, to transfer title to an LLC, and more - register today!
Determine when it's wise to use LLCs to buy rental properties - and when it's more trouble than it's worth.
Navigate the ins and outs of pass-through taxation for single and multimember LLCs.
Draft operating agreements that maximize protections for clients that own rental properties.
Should You Put Your Rental Properties in an LLC?
LLCs vs. Limited Liability Insurance
Pass-Through Taxation for Single & Multimember LLCs
Primary Considerations: Asset Protection Rules and Laws
Liability Considerations You Need to Know for Rental Properties (Tenant Slip, Trip and Falls, etc.)
S-Corp or LLC? Which one do you Choose?
Member-Managed or Manager-Managed?
Drafting the Operating Agreement
Transferring Real Estate Title to Your LLC - Do's and Don'ts
Richard J Joyce is an attorney with Michael W. Nalli PC. His practice areas include: contract law; contract drafting, review, and negotiation; small business law; business formation and organizational documents; business administration and management documents; public governance and regulation; as well as, conflict resolution and various tax-related matters. Mr. Joyce is adjunct faculty at the University of Pittsburgh teaching Legal Issues in Public Service. He is a member of the Beaver County and Pennsylvania bar associations. Mr. Joyce received his B.S. degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, his J.D. degree from Duquesne University School of Law and his MMPM degree from University of Pittsburgh-Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA).
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