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5 Tax Saving Tips for Real Estate Investors
http://www.freedommentor.com/real-estate-investment-taxes/ Here are 5 tax saving tips every real estate investor should know.
Views: 93356 Phil Pustejovsky
Real Estate Investment Taxes in Canada
For more on Canadian real estate investing visit: http://stefanaarnio.com/category/canadian-real-estate/ Taxes on real estate investments in Canada can be confusing, but this video should help you get the basics. Hire a professional accountant for a more detailed strategy.
Views: 6735 Stefan Aarnio
How Does Your Investment Property Reduce Your Tax?
How Does Your Investment Property Reduce Your Tax? Right. How does an investment property reduce your tax? Let’s say we own the property up here on the top right of the slide. Worth $500,000, it’s got a $450,000 loan on it, and a 5% interest rate. It’s renting for $500 a week, or $26,000 per year. On the left-hand side, we have the Australian tax brackets. And you can see there the first bracket is $18,200, the second 37, 87, 180, and you can see the percentages. Now, let’s say we have a job where we earn $100,000 a year. Now, our employer pays tax on our behalf on the assumption that we’re only going to earn $100,000 a year. So, some money’s been paid to the tax office for that. However, when we have an investment property, the rent we get from a property is actually added to our taxable income. So, at this point in time, we actually haven’t paid enough tax, so unless we make some claims against it, we’re going to have a tax bill not a tax return. But of course, we’ve got plenty of things we can claim. We can claim the loan interest. We can claim the rates. We can claim rental management fees and insurance. Now, all of these things are what we call cash deductions, which means money has to physically leave our bank account in return for getting a third of it back, or 37% back in this case. But there’s one thing that really makes all the difference to property investing and to making sure your properties pay for themselves, and it’s a little magic thing called depreciation. Now, depreciation is what we call a non-cash deduction, or an on-paper deduction. What does it actually mean? Well, the building you are sitting in now is theoretically going down in value. The carpets are going down in value, the curtains are going down in value. Different parts of it are going down in value. But of course, in real life, it’s not. In real life, that property is going up in value or staying the same. Rarely going down in value. But the government allows us to write off the depreciating value of a building. Now, the magic here is that we get to claim this money on tax without actually spending any money from our bank account. This in turn drives our on-paper assessment right down into the red, but in real terms, the cash in and out of our account is not in the red at all. So, lets analyse what we’ve got here. So, our taxable income went up to $126,000, and then came down to $83,000. But we paid tax on $100,000. Therefore, we now are entitled to a tax return. If we paid tax on $100,000 but our revised taxable income is $83,000, then $16,450 of income we paid tax on that we shouldn’t have. So, we should get that back. The refund would therefore be, the first $13,000 would be at 37%, and the balance of that money would be at 32.5% because of where it crosses the line at the $87,000 threshold. So, we would get a tax return against that property of $5,931 in theory. Now, that makes a massive, massive difference. If we’re getting back over $5,000 on a property for depreciation, then that’s about $100 a week. And if we’re getting an extra $100 a week back from our property, on top of a $500 per week rent, well that depreciation is making a 20% increase in the total return that that property gets back. And this can be the difference between a successfully positive cash flow property and a negative cash flow property. Now, ask yourself this question: how many properties can you own that have to put $100 a week or more of your own money into? visit our website: http://www.integritypropertyinvestment.com.au Legal Disclaimer: This information ('the information') is presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. It is not presented nor should it be treated as real estate advice, legal advice, investment advice, or tax advice. All investments involve risk and potential loss of money. If you require advice in any of these fields you should contact a suitably qualified professional to assist and advise you. Your personal individual financial circumstances must be taken into account before you make any investment decision. We urge you to do this in conjunction with a suitably qualified professional. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services, and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers do not guarantee your past, present or future investment results whether based on this information or otherwise. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers disclaim all liability for your purchase decisions. You should do your own independent due diligence and seek the advice of qualified advisors before making any investment decision.
How To Do Tax Liens In Real Estate Investing
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Investing In REITs For Dividends (Pros & Cons of Real Estate Investment Trusts)
Are you considering an investment in REITs (or Real Estate Investment Trusts) for dividends and cash flow? I personally own only one REIT in my dividend portfolio and consider my REIT an ancillary (non-core) position. That being said, I am in a unique situation because I work in the real estate industry and own a home (I am already over-weighted, at a high level, in the real estate industry). A subscriber question, today's video goes into a multitude of pros, cons, and factors to consider about investing in real estate investment trusts for dividend income. * Do you work in the real estate industry? Do you already own a home? Do you own physical real estate investments? If so, those are all factors worth considering when contemplating REITs for one’s dividend portfolio. When looking at diversification, I don't only look at my portfolio. I look at all factors in my life. If the real estate industry tanks, I don't want to get hit on the job front, the home front, and the portfolio front all at once! * Real estate investment trusts carry important tax considerations. As pass through entities, they avoid double taxation (and are required to distribute most of their earnings). That said, the shareowner has to pay ordinary income on dividends (as compared to long term capital gains on qualified dividends of most corporations). Long story short, the tax rate on dividends from REITs is higher than your typical dividend-paying corporation. Moreover, reporting REIT dividends on one's tax return can be complicated (the distributions sometimes involve ordinary income and return of capital). Learn why it's important to weigh tax considerations when investing in real estate investment trusts for dividends and cash flow. * Since some REITs pay dividends on a monthly basis, they can help you stay in the game. Those monthly dividend checks are great for reinvesting and building one’s portfolio. A subscriber insight, I really love this idea! * Interest rates are really low right now. As interest rates rise, some REITs may face challenges securing (affordable) capital to do deals. This could affect short-term and future prospects. * The retail industry is going through a lot of change. When investing in REITs, it's a wise idea to understand exposure to retail. * Sometimes, one can experience superior results by investing in real estate directly. It may be more effective to invest in rental properties than going the REIT route. That said, real estate investment trusts are easier since one does not have to actively manage the real estate assets. Disclaimer: I'm not a licensed investment advisor, and today's video is just for entertainment and fun. This video is NOT investment advice. Please talk to your licensed investment advisor before making any financial decisions. All content on my YouTube channel is (c) Copyright IJL Productions LLC.
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Common Real Estate Tax Benefits - Real Estate Investment Tips
Stay knowledgeable by subscribing! http://bit.ly/iLiveInTheBayArea Visit my site for even more information: http://www.iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://www.fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea One of the biggest positive factors when buying real estate is all the tax benefits you are able to realize. Real estate is actually one of the most tax-friendly investment vehicles. You can write off practically everything -- mortgage payments, expenses,...even the property itself in most cases! Of course there's multiple ways of structuring a real estate sale as well to defer tax payments. First, let's start with the three most common ones that apply to even primary residences. Number one is the mortgage interest deduction. As a homeowner, you can write off the interest paid to your mortgage. You are also able to write off both the property taxes, AND the hazard insurance you pay throughout the year. Of course, these three benefits work with investment properties as well. And since the mortgage interest can be such a large percentage of what you pay, this is among one of the reasons investors choose to buy investment properties with a loan vs. all cash, as I discuss in my "Leverage & How To Use It Properly" video. One other fairly common write off that sometimes goes unnoticed are loan points. You are able to write off the points paid to the lender over the length of the loan. Now please note, you can write them off the TERM LEGNTH of the loan, not the time it is amortized. If you have a 25 or 30 year amortized loan that is due in 5 or 10 years, the term length -- either 5 or 10 in this example -- is how long you can write off those points. Investing in real estate allows you to take a few more deductions that a primary residence cant. For instance, you can ACTUALLY write off the building's improvement value over 27 in a half years or 39 years, depending if it's a residential multifamily or commercial building. You must pay a portion of this back in the form of cost recovery recapture, but I'll discuss that point in a bit. Also for investment properties, by adding the closing costs paid when you buy, and deducting the closing costs when you sell you can use adjust your basis! Along with all of this, you can deduct any repairs, property management and even utilities just to name a few. Now when it comes to finally selling a property, many times you can differ the taxes or skip paying them altogether. If you sell your primary residence for a profit, up to $250k if you're single, or $500k if you're married is completely tax free. If you're selling an investment property, there are a few options. You can completely differ both the capital gains AND the cost recovery recapture tax by doing a 1031 exchange, which I discuss in detail in my "1031 Tax Deferred Exchange" video. Keep in mind that I'm not an accountant, so I must recommend that you always speak with a CPA before randomly deducting items that may not be deductible. Keep in mind, there are of course other financial techniques that could help you soften the blow of the capital gains tax, such as installment notes or even a deferred sales trust, which I go over in my "Differed Sales Trust" video. It's all going to depend on what works best for you and what you're future plans are as an individual...now that's good to know.
Investment Rental Versus Owner Occupied house-Tax Treatment
Two identical houses "For Sale", at same price, same long term hold. See how the "Owner Occupied" house and the "Investment rental" are treated Tax wise, when its time to sell. There is a big difference from the point of the listing contract thru to the closing of the deal.
How To Calculate Capital Gains Tax on Real Estate Investment Property?
In this video you’ll learn how to calculate capital gains tax on real estate investment property. Our presenter, Missy, is an expert real estate investor who will explain how to do determine capital gains using an example of a California income property. To learn more and to read the full transcription for this video, click here: https://www.realwealthnetwork.com/learn/how-to-calculate-capital-gains-tax-on-real-estate-investment-property/
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Tax Lien Investing Pros and Cons
http://www.freedommentor.com/tax-lien-investing-pros-and-cons/ Discover the pros and cons of tax lien investing from the real world of real estate investing.
Views: 198137 Phil Pustejovsky
How capital gains tax works - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
Before you sell an investment, you need to think about the tax on any profits you make. In this video, Tim Bennett introduces capital gains tax.
Views: 110167 MoneyWeek
Getting Started with Passive Real Estate Investing
https://www.BiggerPockets.com/webinar - Are you looking to build passive income through real estate? Then don't miss a moment of this in-depth video where Brandon, co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast and author of "The Book on Rental Property Investing" walks you through all the steps you need to begin building your passive real estate portfolio. Topics covered include: - Why Real Estate Investing? - The Four Wealth Generators of Real Estate - My Three Favorite Real Estate Investing Strategies - Mistakes I've made in my real estate investing - Tips and Tricks for minimizing your time (make it more passive!) If you enjoy this video, be sure to give us a "Thumbs Up" and also sign up for the next LIVE webinar on BiggerPockets. Sign up at www.BiggerPockets.com/webinar.
Views: 391541 BiggerPockets
Are Condos A Good Investment?
Learn to budget, beat debt, & build a legacy. Visit the online store today: https://goo.gl/GjPwhe Subscribe to stay up to date with the latest videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/DaveRamseyShow?sub_confirmation=1 Welcome to The Dave Ramsey Show like you've never seen it before. The show live streams on YouTube M-F 2-5pm ET! Watch Dave live in studio every day and see behind-the-scenes action from Dave's producers. Watch video profiles of debt-free callers and see them call in live from Ramsey Solutions. During breaks, you'll see exclusive content from people like Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan, Christy Wright and Chris Brown —as well as all kinds of other video pieces that we'll unveil every day. The Dave Ramsey Show channel will change the way you experience one of the most popular radio shows in the country!
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How To Avoid Capital Gains Tax (CGT) On Investment Property (Ep193)
Capital Gains Tax (or CGT) can be very annoying because you have to pay massive amounts of tax on the growth you’re experiencing. So I want to talk about how to legally avoid CGT on investment property. Let’s go through the different exemptions that may apply to you: This cannot be taken as taxation advice and you should always seek the advice of a professional before you do any of this. This is going to help you for general education purposes only. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/193 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
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Calculating Numbers on a Rental Property [Using The Four Square Method!]
Learn how to analyze a rental property with the unique "four square" method and make sure your next rental property investment is a cash cow! In this video from BiggerPockets.com, Brandon Turner (author of The Book on Rental Property Investing and co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast) shares with you the step by step method for determining the monthly cash flow and cash on cash return for any rental property investment. Calculating the numbers on a rental property doesn't need to be difficult - and this video proves it.
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How To Buy Your Second Property Investment | Property Market Buy To Let Investing Tips
Assuming you've got your first investment property, in today's video I share 7 property investing tips on how to buy your second property investment, because it can be really difficult to maintain momentum in today's property market (Real Estate Market). First of all I must just say... a BIG congratulations on getting your first buy to let... that in itself is a great achievement. DOWNLOAD 50 POINT CHECKLIST: https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ But if you've got your first property - and you're wanting to build a portfolio - here are 7 property investment tips to help you get past property number 2 and on to property 3 & 4. 1. Can you find a genuinely discounted property, often referred to as being below market value? If you can buy property number two at a genuine discount, you can generally refinance fairly quickly and pull some of that deposit back out of the deal, which you can then use to go and buy property number three. Now I'm going to hold my hand up here and say I personally didn't believe it was possible to buy a property at, say, I don't know, 20-25% below market value. But if you look in the right areas, and work with the right type of sellers, and create win/win solutions for those sellers, it is possible, and I've now done it many times. 2. Next, is there a way to add real tangible value to property number two? If you can add sufficient value, again you can refinance and pull a percentage of your money back out of the deal and use this to go and buy property number three. 3. Can you buy property number two in an area where there's a better chance of capital growth? Now, I appreciate that this one's just a little bit speculative, but I also believe that it's possible. For example, could property number two be located on or near a new transport link? Perhaps a new train station or tube line. Is the area about to undergo some serious regeneration? Has a big new employer just announced that they're about to move into an area and create a lot more jobs? These are all good examples of where you might get a better chance of capital growth, potentially. Accelerated capital growth means you can refinance property two sooner, and then use these funds to go out and buy property number three. 4. When you refurbish property number two, document everything. Now, I've talked about this before, so I'm referring to before and after photos, video walkthroughs, floor plans, etc. because this material might be just what's needed to convince a joint venture partner to help you fund property number three. 5. Can I suggest some investment in your property education might help you to finance property number two without needing to use your own cash. So you can then use this cash to go out and buy property number three. Now there's lots of places to get this training, and dare I say you might want to check out the online property masterclass, where we cover this subject in a lot of detail. https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/opm/ 6. If you don't need the income from property number one right now, because you've got a well paid job, could you save this income and use this to finance property number two? If property one was a rent to rent, for example, cash flowing say, I don't know, £800 a month, that's £9600 a year, which is potentially enough to get you into two rent to rents, and perhaps one of them might have an option on it. 7. Lastly, could you perhaps pull your resources with someone else, and go in together to buy property number two? And perhaps do the same with property number three, and maybe the same with property number four. This might be a good friend or family member, but it's a great way to gain real momentum, especially if part of the deal is that you're going to hold each other accountable. But if you're going to do this, please, please, please make sure you have a formal contract in place, even if it's a family member. Now, if you could think of any other way to structure a deal number two so that it helps you flow on to deal number three and four, I would love it if you could take a moment to help others by commenting below, that would be absolutely wonderful. I hope you found that helpful... Tony Law - Your First Four Houses property investment for beginners
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Duplex Investment - Pros and Cons to Duplex Investments - REIClub.com
http://www.REIClub.com Duplex Investments May Be Better Than Single Family Homes. Here's What Real Estate Investors Need To Know About Investing in Duplexes... SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=reiclub SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE NEWSLETTER https://www.reiclub.com/real-estate-newsletter.php LET’S CONNECT http://www.facebook.com/reiclub http://twitter.com/reiclub https://plus.google.com/+reiclub http://www.pinterest.com/realestateclub/ Hi, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com, the only site you need as a real estate investor. Today I've got a quick video on duplexes Duplex Investment vs. House Investment - Which is better, buying a duplex or buying a house? - Are you currently renting a house, living in an apartment, condo, duplex? - How much are you paying in rent? The reason I ask is because duplexes offer great opportunities for first time home-buyer to get involved in real estate, especially if you don't have a lot of money. There are scenarios where you can invest in more expensive duplex, versus a home, and actually pay less on the duplex than the home's mortgage. Pros of Investing in Duplexes - Live in one area and rent out the other(s) - Duplexes are significantly more affordable than single family homes (depending on area) - Usually easier to make the mortgage payment because you are getting more rent per unit vs. a home - Equity appreciation - Rent Increases - Usually have lower insurance cost - Deduct mortgage interest and taxes from income tax liability - Additional Tax benefits - insurance on rental side, depreciation of half the cost of the building - Feel of a home, bigger than an apartment - Owner occupants - able to keep a close eye on your investment - Back-up - Rent to family or relatives - Biggest benefits - use the income and equity to invest in your first residential home Cons of Investing in Duplexes - Owner occupant - sharing the property - Owner occupant - may turn off potential tenants - dont want to live by landlord - Common rental issues - collecting rent, maintenance, etc... - Only the rental side is tax deductible - Odd hour repair requests - friendly neighbor policy - Yard maintenance - Stigma - duplex rentals seem to be less desirable than homes - Type of tenants you acquire may be less desirable - May be Harder to sell Investing in Duplexes for either an owner occupant or an investor will come with some of the same responsibilities as buying a house... yard work, maintenance, and repairs. But it's also a great way to get started as a homeowner and in real estate investing. If your current living situation is in an apartment building, you probably will feel like you're getting MORE privacy by moving into a duplex, while if you're moving from a single family house you may feel that you're giving up more. Again, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com. Please take the time to leave your comments for this video below and please subscribe to our YouTube channel so you'll be automatically notified when we upload more quick video tips for you. Take care and good investing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NwzwuEy8HI "REIClubRealEstateInvesting"
Views: 53899 reiclub
Selecting LLC Taxation for Investment Real Estate
In this video, real estate asset protection attorney Clint Coons discusses when to elect disregarded, partnership, S-Corporation or C-Corporation tax status for your real estate LLC. If you would like a FREE 30-minute consultation. you can request one here: https://andersonadvisors.com/30minuteconsult/
Australian Property Investment Tips - How to double your Tax Return
Every wondered how ordinary people on average incomes are often able afford to build multi-million dollar property management portfolios? Raine & Horne SA CEO, Kevin Magee explains how top Australian Property Investors use what is an effectively a free service to make property investment affordable for the average Australian, increase tax returns and build their portfolios . A service that approximately 80% of investors and EVEN most real estate sales staff don't know of - yet Investors that do use it religiously and as a consequence get better returns, reduce cost of real estate and tend to invest over and over again. For more realestate tips, suggestions and media scoops and Monthly Market Updates tune follow Kevin on Youtube at KM4242 or on Twitter at rhSA_CEO rent renting apartment house
All About 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges - Real Estate Investment Tips
For an experienced SF Bay Area real estate agent visit http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com Like me on Facebook: http://fb.com/iLiveInTheBayArea Thumbs up, favorite, share, subscribe and make a comment! Most people are aware of the fact that when you sell a long term investment such as real estate or stocks, you have to pay taxes. And these taxes don't come cheap -- currently capital gains tax is 15%, and California has its own capital gains tax of 9.3%. To put this in perspective, if you bought a property for $500,000 and years down the line you sell the same property for $1M, on that $500k profit you have to pay $121,500...PLUS your cost recovery recapture...but did you know there's a way you can defer that and not even pay a SINGLE PENNY?? It's called a 1031 Tax Deferred exchange. A 1031 exchange is when you sell your property and buy another like-kind property within a certain time frame and follow specific rules. Now you have to note, that this is a *tax deferred* investment strategy. What that means is that you will just keep rolling over what you owe in taxes to some future date. If you ever decide to completely abandon investing in real estate altogether, you will have to pay it all back. The idea though is to continuously roll it over indefinitely until you pass away. The first step that needs to be taken when doing a 1031 exchange is the process of finding a good qualified intermediary, or QI. The QI is a company that will be the "middle man" throughout the 1031 exchange process. There are two key time frames you have to keep track of with a 1031 exchange. From the date you sell your property, you have 45 days to identify a new property or properties. The second is that you have 180 days to CLOSE on the new property you identified; again this starts from on the date you sell your property. These dates are non-negotiable. Within this 45 day period, you can choose up to 3 different options. The first and most common option is the "3 property rule". The rule is that you can identify a total of 3 properties at any price. A 1031 exchange works just like a regular sale, but with the qualified intermediary acting as the "go through" person. Throughout the process, you are not allowed to touch ANY funds. If you do decide to pull any funds out, it's considered "boot" and will become taxable the second it leaves the QI's control. By FAR the most common question I get is in regards to the "like-kind" statement. If someone sells an apartment, do they have to buy another apartment, or can they buy an industrial warehouse? The answer is YES. Like kind means real estate -- period. If you sell real estate -- be it an apartment complex, an office space or a piece of raw land -- you can buy other real estate. The second most common question I get...Can I 1031 exchange my primary residence?? Well...you don't need to! In section 1034 of the internal revenue code, you can sell your primary residence and not have to pay taxes for up to $250k if you're single or $500,000 if you're married. When it comes to the value of the new property or properties, the basic point is this. You have to put in equal or more money, and buy an equal or larger valued property. The loan amount is completely irrelevant so long as those two amounts are satisfied. Remember, 1031 exchanges might not be the best option for every single person, but it's usually the most preferred option for most investors. If you're looking to avoid paying capital gains tax, the 1031 exchange is by far the most common financial technique...now that's good to know. Contact Davide Pio Today | SF Bay Area Real Estate http://iLiveInTheBayArea.com | 510-815-2000
#052 Real Estate Investment in Japan - Real Estate in Japan
My name is Sadayasu Ito, a Japanese certified tax accountant. I am helping those who wish to start business in Japan. Please contact me if you are looking for advice. skypeID: sadywellj E-mail: [email protected] From Oversea: +81-3-4405-6009 From Japan: 03-4405-6009 Sadywell Japan Tax & Accounting: http://en.sadywell.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SadywellJapan For instance, if you have any of the following problems, please let me know. I am happy to help you. I want to set up a company and start business in Japan I need to file tax returns but do not know how to do it. I want someone to do my company’s bookkeeping. I want to know how I can save my tax. I want to acquire or renew my visa. For more details of our services, please visit our website: http://en.sadywell.com ***Summary of today’s lecture*** Today’s lecture is “Real estate investment in Japan” There are 6 steps for the real estate investments. 1. Prepare your financial plan 2. Search real estate properties in Japan 3. Visit Japan and check properties 4. Sign the purchase & sales contract 5. Pay and complete registration of your properties 1. Prepare your financial plan What is your budget ? Costs of purchasing real estate in Japan - Stamp duty, loan fees, Insurance premiums, property registration tax, registration services fees, property tax, brokerage commission, real estate acquisition tax etc. Total costs will be 6-8% of the price of real estate Costs after you purchased real estate properties - Property tax, city and planning tax, Income tax, utilities, property management fees, reserve funds for repairing Costs when you sell real estate properties - Stamp duty, capital gain income tax, brokerage fee 2. Search real estate properties in Japan - Search on the internet to have a rough idea of Japanese market - Decide which area you want to purchase - Contact certified real estate broker The most important point is find a reliable real estate broker 3. Visit Japan and check properties - Check property itself e.g. sunshine, natural ventilation, noise etc. - Visit site under the different conditions e.g. Morning, evening, weekday and weekend - Check the environment e.g. School, supermarket, public safety, access to central, area, neighborhood, commutation (jam-packed train!) 4. Sign the purchase & sales contracts - Application to purchase a property - Negotiation with seller about purchase price, terms of payment and delivery date - “Explanation of Important Matters regarding the property and transaction” by broker - Signing the Purchase & Sale contracts - Advance payments (10%~20% of the real estate price) 5. Payment of outstanding balance and real estate taxes - Complete the registration of your property Ownership of real estate property must be registered at Legal Affairs Bureau 6. Appoint tax agent If you purchase real estate properties for investment, you need to appoint tax agent to handle tax administrative works. Tax agent can be anyone who live in Japan. Then you need to file income tax return by March 15th of the next year.
Views: 2375 Win-Win Japan
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Structure your Investments the RIGHT WAY Pay Less Capital Gains, Income and Land Tax
Find out more - https://www.positiverealestate.com.au/youtube Jason Whitton, Founder of Positive Real Estate discusses in this week's market update that as a property investor you will have a different financial outcome both NOW and later on, depending on how you structure your investment; which is very important to consider and get RIGHT from the beginning. So what do we mean by that. There are 3 ways you can own a property and different taxation outcomes of each, which Jason runs through in detail in this week's video:- 1. Own the property in your own name 2. Own the property in a company trust structure -- or combination of a number of different trusts and/ or company structures 3. Own the property in a super fund Find out which is best for you - or maybe you can combine these structures!
Views: 8210 PositiveRealEstateTV
Why Owning The Home You Live in is a Terrible Investment
Why Owning The Home You Live in is a Terrible Investment Before you start sending me hate mail just hear me out on this one. Many of the most successful investors I know rent the home they live in. Why? Because owning the home they live in is a terrible investment. You don't get the tax benefits, you must keep the property fixed up, and there's problem with using a huge chunk of change for a down payment. Let me know your thoughts below! VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest BOOK A CALL WITH OUR TEAM TODAY AT MORRIS INVEST: http://www.morrisinvest.com LISTEN TO THE PODCAST: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/investing-in-real-estate-clayton/id1115024566?mt=2 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris
Views: 90578 Morris Invest
When Should You Sell Your Investment Property
When Should You Sell Your Investment Property Hi guys, Daimien here. Great question. “When should you sell your investment property?” Quick answer: never! The reason why people sell is because they’re trying to get access to the money. Now, when you’re trying to get access to the money it’s because you don’t understand finance and you don’t understand how property works. Now, first and foremost, what we want to do with an investment property is live off the cream. We want the rent to go up over the years and have that surplus income, and then we can spend that money. Now, if we need chunks of equity, the thing we need to remember with an investment property, we need to have a different mindset than what we have with our own home. With our own home, we want to pay it off, because we personally have to pay the mortgage. But with an investment property, you’ve got a tenant and you will always have a tenant, forever. So, you don’t have to pay the investment property off. In fact, if you want some lump sums of money, all you need to do is just go into the investment property, get a loan against the rental income, and then have that rental income pay it off. The wealthy have been doing this for years. The failure to understand that is why people sell. When you sell, you kill the goose that lays the golden eggs. You might have a feast that day on that lump sum, but that property will never make you any money ever again. Now, some of you who’ve been around a bit longer might have owned properties and sold them. And when you think about how much they’re worth now, do you regret it? Damn right you do! Never, ever sell. The other reason why you don’t sell, is because that’s when the tax man gets you. When you sell an investment property, you get capital gains tax. So, you want to avoid that. If you’re thinking about selling a property, don’t. Have a chat to me first. Just send me a message or give us a call and book yourself in for a strategy session and let’s talk about whether that’s a good option or now, because you might be about to chop the head off your golden goose. Cheers. visit our website: http://www.integritypropertyinvestment.com.au/ Legal Disclaimer: This information ('the information') is presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. It is not presented nor should it be treated as real estate advice, legal advice, investment advice, or tax advice. All investments involve risk and potential loss of money. If you require advice in any of these fields you should contact a suitably qualified professional to assist and advise you. Your personal individual financial circumstances must be taken into account before you make any investment decision. We urge you to do this in conjunction with a suitably qualified professional. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services, and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers do not guarantee your past, present or future investment results whether based on this information or otherwise. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers disclaim all liability for your purchase decisions. You should do your own independent due diligence and seek the advice of qualified advisors before making any investment decision.
NEW Tax Bill 2018 - How will it affect real estate investors?
Want to learn how to invest in real estate with the Kwak Brothers? Go to http://thekwakbrothers.com/learn Get Mark Kohler's new book! The Business Owner's Guide to Financial Freedom! https://markjkohler.com/products/financial-freedom/ Sign up for Mark's Newsletters! (Get Tax updates and tips): https://markjkohler.com NEW Tax Bills Overview by my CPA/Attorney! LIVE Broadcast! How will the new tax bill affect real estate investors and small business owners! Presented by a NY Best Time Selling Author, Forbes Magazine Writer, Entrepreneur Magazine Writer, Featured on MSNBC, The Wall Street Journal, WGN, and much more! Mark J Kohler is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and also an attorney. He's got his own radio show as well as a STRONG YouTube presence. https://www.youtube.com/user/MarkJKohler (Be sure to subscribe to his YouTube Channel) The Kwak Brothers are real estate investors, entrepreneur, authors and YouTube personality! The Kwak Brothers have acquired (at the time of this video) 76 units of rentals and they have done fix and flips and wholesaling deals in the past. They have the track record of having to raise more than $6 mil of capital in 2016-2017 alone. BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL! #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestate Download our Owner Financing Cheat Sheet & Analysis Calculator: http://thekwakbrothers.com/cheatguide Download our FREE real estate investing eBook: http://thekwakbrothers.com/ebook
Views: 106352 The Kwak Brothers
How the New Tax Code Affects Your Real Estate Investments | BP Podcast 269
http://biggerpockets.com/show269 Big changes are underway in the US Tax code - and it could make a huge difference to your bottom line. Thankfully, today on The BiggerPockets Podcast, we get to sit down with two CPAs that focus entirely on helping real estate investors navigate the tax code! Amanda Han and Brandon Hall join us today and we dive deep into the new changes - as well as tackle some of the most common questions new real estate investors ask! Check the full show notes here: http://biggerpockets.com/show269
Views: 11533 BiggerPockets
Best Ways to Own Canadian Real Estate Investments
Do you want to know the best ways to own your Canadian real estate investments? This video reveals the latest tax-saving tips and tricks to show you how. 0:35 – 1. Sole Proprietorship 2:32 – 2. General Partnership 4:43 – 3. Limited Partnership 8:14 – 4. Corporation Visit our website for more information and tax-related advice: http://madanca.com Follow us on social media Twitter: https://twitter.com/Madan_CA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadanCharteredAccountant/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madanaccounting/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/108551869453511666601/posts Download any of our free eBooks available on our website: http://madanca.com/free-tax-secrets/ (Including Tax Tips for Canadians, Personal Tax Planning Guide for Canadians: 2014 Edition and 20 Tax Secrets for Canadians) Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is intended to provide general information. The information does not take into account your personal situation and is not intended to be used without consultation from accounting and financial professionals. All figures and dollar amounts are used for example purposes only. Allan Madan and Madan Chartered Accountant will not be held liable for any problems that arise from the usage of the information provided in this video. Music: Perspectives by Incompetech Animation: Created with GoAnimate
Views: 29172 Allan Madan
How much tax can I get back from my investment property?
It is possible to avoid paying tax! In this video Jason explains how it's you can get tax back from your investment property. Courtesy of AllianceCorp Property Experts Spoken by Jason Paetow To Learn More: Visit our FREE Guides page for more resources: https://www.alliancecorp.com.au/guides/ Follow us on: Website: https://www.alliancecorp.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PropertyWealthExperts/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alliancecorpaustralia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/corp_alliance LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alliancecorp-property-advisory/
Views: 954 AllianceCorp
HST Rebate Residential or Investment Property
Have you recently purchased or are planning to purchase a pre-construction property in Ontario? Did you know you are entitled to a rebate? Have you heard of the HST Rebate, and what the differences are when applied to the purchase of a residential or investment property?
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20 Investment Property Tax Deductions You Might Be Missing Out On (Ep39)
Investment properties have some great tax deductions that you can use to minimise the tax that you’re paying on your property. But investment property tax deductions can be very confusing and it can be difficult to understand exactly what tax deductions you can claim. It’s very important that you understand what you can and can’t deduct as an expense or as depreciation. Every single property is going to be different so I do suggest that you speak to a professional accountant to get your own personal deductions done for you. We will now look at twenty different investment property tax deductions that you might be missing out on. This is a great overview for you that I gathered from the ATO website. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/39 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
Views: 4008 On Property
How To Calculate Capital Gains Tax (CGT) On Investment Property (Ep192)
When you sell a property you need to pay capital gains tax. It's basically a fact of life if you own a bunch of investment properties and so today I want to talk about how to calculate capital gains tax on investment property. So calculating capital gains tax a lot of people think that what you do is you take the price of the property of what you purchase the property for and then you look at the price of the property and what you sold it for all and whatever gain you had that's what you have to pay tax on. But that is not exactly the case there are some other calculations that you need to take into account before you try and calculate capitals gains tax. Now I am just going to put out a disclaimer to say that I'm not a certified tax accountant so none of this should be considered financial or taxation advice so always go and an account when you actually need to pay capital gains tax and so they can work it out based on your salary, based on your tax bracket, etc. This is for educational purposes only. So to calculate capital gains tax I'm going to go through a bunch of different steps that you can use to get a rough guide of how much capital gains tax you going to need to pay. http://onproperty.com.au/192 - Visit the site for a full transcription and downloadable audio version of this video. ------------------------- Get More OnProperty All Over The Internet Podcast (iTunes): http://onproperty.com.au/itunes Podcast (Stitcher): http://onproperty.com.au/stitcher Instagram: http://onproperty.com.au/instagram ———————————— Want to see real positive cash flow listings updated weekly? Then join On Property Plus. http://onproperty.com.au/plus
Views: 13513 On Property
Buying an investment property in South Africa. What does this mean?
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: Reporter: When it comes to buying investment property in SA, the first thing you need to know is, what exactly is investment property? Simon: I think the simplest way to describe investing in property is not living in the property. There's a couple of reasons why someone would invest in property. The one is you would buy a property and you'd rent it out. The other type of investing is where you buy a place that perhaps needs some work and you've got an eye for that kind of detail, and you understand how to budget and how to spend, and you're going to renovate it and then flip it for a higher price. Reporter: So, if I was thinking of buying or looking into such a property, what would be the first things that I would need to consider when searching for a property like this? Simon: If we talk about the one that most people think of when you're talking investment property, and that's buying to rent - so there's this idea that you want to buy a place and then put a tenant in it. When it comes to investing in property, you actually need to treat it like a business. So, draw up a business plan. Put down what is the financial commitment that you want to make. What can you afford? What do you intend to get out of it financially? The location - look at the location through the eyes of good data, good statistics. What are the prices doing in the area? What are the rental demands looking like in the area? And then you should look at the type of property, not all of them are geared towards renting them out. Look at two-bedroom flats and apartments. They're very, very popular with tenants. A broad spectrum of people are in that market. And I think the last thing is the type of tenant that you want to address. Tenant demand tends to really be in the young or the older. So, you're talking about students, student accommodation, and small, lock-up-and-go places, or places for retirees. So those are some good points to look for when you're investing. Reporter: How does one go about acquiring the right type of tenant for your property? Simon: It's critically important. This is your little business, this your investment, and when you're picking your tenant you're effectively picking your business partner. So you've got to be really, really careful who you let into the property up-front. So get your property out there on online platforms like ours, make sure that it's advertised as widely as possible, take as many tenants through as you can until you feel that the fit is right. And then there are lots of great services that you can use, on our platform or others, where you can check on the tenant's credit history, or you can get a reference from their previous landlord. It's really good to do the background checks, to do the research that you need. Reporter: The whole issue around landlords, tenants, where can one go to get advice about that? Because that can also be a tricky issue as well, right? Simon: It's amazing how many questions people have when it comes to renting out property. Tenants - what are my rights? What do I need to sign in a lease? What do deposits look like? And then on the landlord's side, it's also really, really important - what if my tenant's not paying electricity? What if they're denying me access to the property? So we see these types of questions all the time. We get expert panelists to come and comment on articles. And then we put it into a real easy-to-use database of information and advice. So if you are in the market either as a tenant or landlord and you've got questions, we do have a space for you to come and answer those questions. Reporter: So basically the private property website is a one-stop shop for everything? Simon: Yeah. We like to think of ourselves as basically the premier rental platform in the country. We've got more rental listings than most. We've got fantastic resources in terms of information and insight. So if you are in the market to either buy a place and let it out, or you're a tenant looking for one of those properties, then we're the right place to come. Reporter: What is our Simon Bray tip of the day? Simon: I think buying to let is a great opportunity to make money, it's a sound investment, but you need to realise, are you picking it for the right rental demand areas and are you looking at the costs of ownership closely enough to ensure that you're making money at the end. Reporter: You can swing by www.privateproperty.co.za to visit their news and advice pages, as well as perhaps search for that perfect investment property for you.
Views: 21852 Private Property
Tax Considerations For Buying Real Estate Investment Property
http://real-101.com Watch more episodes http://www.devrylaw.ca/tax-litigation-lawyers/sabina-mexis/ Sabina Mexis In this episode of Real Estate 101, Realtor Joe Terceira is joined by tax lawyer Sabina Mexis of Devry Smith Frank to discuss investment property and how it is taxed compared to your principal residence. What is Considered an Investment Property? For tax purposes, the government considers an investment property to be a property which you do not “ordinarily inhabit”. This means that a property that is rented out to tenants, or a commercial property is considered an investment property. On the other hand, the property in which you do reside is generally considered to be your principal residence. As such, the investment property is taxed differently from your principal residence. While you do not pay any tax on profits when you sell a principal residence and can file a principal residence exemption in your tax return for the amount of the capital gain on the sale of this property, with an investment property the situation is a bit different. Namely, there are two possible tax consequences when it comes to investment property, which can depend on the number of investment properties you own. For example, if you have only one investment property and you decide to sell it, the gain arising on the sale will be treated as a capital gain and only 50% of the gain will be taxable. However, if you have multiple investment properties, it is possible that the proceeds from the sale would be considered to arise from the sale of inventory and not capital property and as such, the proceeds would be taxed as a regular business income. Can a Principal Residence Exemption be Used for an Investment Property? The principal residence exemption generally only allows one property to be designated as a principal residence per household. Generally speaking, the principal residence exemption cannot be used to shelter the gain arising from the disposition of an investment property. It is possible, however, to use the principal residence exemption to shelter the gain arising on the sale of a cottage for example. It can also be used for real estate located outside of Canada, such as a Florida condo. There are, of course, certain intricacies when it comes to claiming the exemption, and the availability of the exemption depends mainly on the use of the property being claimed. What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Owning Investment Property Personally? There are certain advantages and disadvantages to owning an investment property personally. The biggest advantages to owing property in your own name is that it is generally quicker and relatively easier to purchase a property in one’s own name. Usually, an individual purchaser can put down a smaller deposit on the real estate being purchased and any financing can also generally be obtained at a lower interest rate when the borrower is an individual. The biggest disadvantage to owning investment property personally is that there is a potential exposure of all your personally held assets in the event of a lawsuit or other similar liability. In other words, if you are sued for damages from an incident arising on an investment property (say a slip and fall or other incident on residential rental property), then all of your personally held assets become available to satisfy a potential judgment against you. Similarly, all of your property is available to satisfy the claims of potential creditors and can be seized to satisfy any liability, whether tax, personal injury, lawsuit, etc. . For more information contact tax litigation lawyer, Sabina Mexis: Devry Smith Frank LLP TEL: 416-446-3348 Visit: http://www.devrylaw.ca/tax-litigation-lawyers/sabina-mexis/ Fantastic Properties For Sale In Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Oakville, & Toronto Visit: http://JoeTerceira.com Joe Terceira / Sales Representative Phone: 647.494.0244 Facebook: http://facebook.com/JoesRealEstate Twitter: http://twitter.com/joeterceira LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/joeterceira Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Joeterceira/ Tax Considerations For Buying Real Estate Investment Property https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sMa8VgzcpM
Real Estate Investment: Tax Sale Property We Picked Up In Philadelphia
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How To Calculate Investment Property Cash Flow
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Views: 1669 On Property
How To Start A Buy To Let UK Investment Property Business Or Portfolio | Property Market Tips
How to start a buy to let UK investment property business? Today, let me give you the ten areas I feel you need to focus on if you're thinking about investing in property (AKA Buy to Let) and building a portfolio. These are in a loose order, starting with the one I feel should be completed first - setting your financial goal. I consider this crucial to your success - because once you know what this is you can then go through the exercise I outline in the video and this WILL drive you to success! Here are the ten points - but I have woven some additional property "key learning" within the video itself. 1. Set your financial goals 2. How much time can you give your buy to let business 3. Start build your property investing knowledge 4. Pick your investing strategy 5. Research you property goldmine area 6. Go see a Mortgage Broker 7. Learn how to find buy to let property deals 8. Start building connections 9. Consider your property "exit strategy" 10. Take Action... NOW! Investing in property doesn't have to be hard - even if you don't have the finance to do it - but you DO need to take it seriously. If you do - you can have a buy to let portfolio that puts money in your pocket every single day! :-D If you found this video helpful, please take a moment to subscribe to my YouTube and Facebook channels. This way I can keep you up to date with when the next video is available to watch. I've also added below a link to every property tool I use - which I thought you might find helpful :-) RESEARCH YOUR INVESTMENT AREA IN 60 SECONDS... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQpnQ6EYmiU 21 WAYS TO RAMP UP YOUR CREDIT SCORE... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsN8t-tfU0s DOWNLOAD ALL MY PROPERTY TOOLS (FOR FREE!)... https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE... https://www.youtube.com/c/yourfirstfourhouses PLEASE LIKE MY FACEBOOK PAGE... https://www.facebook.com/YourFirstFourHouses My name's Tony Law from Your First Four Houses with tips and tricks on the property market
Views: 101207 Your First Four Houses
Tom Wheelwright on Managing the Tax Side of Your Real Estate Investments
In this episode, we're joined by Tom Wheelwright, one of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors. Tom is an authority in minimizing your tax bill and knows the tax code as well as anyone else in the country. Most CPA's and tax advisers are naturally conservative, that is, overly conservative with your money because of uncertainty of the code, and fear of getting audited. Tom will tell you that "conservative" for him means knowing the code better than anyone, including the IRS, and having no fear of an audit. If you'd like to learn some golden nuggets to save some $, don't miss this episode of the FlipNerd.com Expert Interview! To watch this full episode, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/tax-free-wealth/. To find off market wholesale real estate deals, visit: https://flipnerd.com/property/list . To join the most powerful site in existence for real estate investors, please visit: https://flipnerd.com/register/user
Views: 8844 FlipNerd
How You can Maximise Returns from NZ Property Investment in 2018
Matthew Gilligan helps clients with property subdivisions and creates optimal tax structures. 🚨↓↓↓ Click SHOW MORE to read the rest of this story ↓↓↓ 🚨 Some of the things that we will cover... - The new government and taxes - What's making money in Auckland - What Matthew is doing right now and why - Property cycles and Auckland vs rest of NZ - Why Matthew doesn’t like investing in small towns 🔔 Subscribe now, so you do not miss the next video! Click here ➜ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHIw-Ej9kivd77bavBCnatQ?sub_confirmation=1 👍 Like the video, if you want to see more of this kind of stuff! 💬 Comment below - I read every comment! 👥 Join a FREE Auckland Property Investors community on Facebook - https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fgroups%2FAKLPropertyInvestors%2F&event=video_description&v=xl1mFHOmrsM&redir_token=IZcNpd9oJ2Vzu_ltpDlgwTCAEnp8MTUyNDIxODUwM0AxNTI0MTMyMTAz IMPORTANT: - The information does not in any way whatsoever constitute financial, accounting, legal or other professional advice and the owner of this channel cannot be held liable for any acts or omissions that arise from your use. - This channel provides general information, not individually targeted personalised advice. The information does not take into account any person's particular investment objectives, financial situation and personal needs. - Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. Before making any financial decisions, you should seek independent financial advice.
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Property Investment Mistakes Video 1
Buying an investment property – the three greatest mistakes that people make... After many years in property investment I have found that the three greatest unnecessary mistakes of property investors are the three P’s • Property • Price • Place Firstly: Buying the wrong type of property • Houses A word on your own house – it isn’t really an investmen; in my opinion, its a necessary evil ( you have to live somewhere and rather be paying your own bond than another persons bond) o Most people work all their lives paying for a home they never own o All expenses and interest on your bond are paid with after-tax money o Houses do not always go up in value – so you can’t rely in capital growth only o Opportunity costs are tremendous, because when all your money is tied up in your house, there will be no money left to invest in income generating assets o Positive note : by carefully using your homeloan with a flexi facility, you can save up money to buy investment properties. • Holiday accommodation o While on holiday it may seem like a great idea, but be careful, holiday accommodation needs intensive hands on management. • Flats o Be careful …especially if the block of flats has retail below, YO may end up with an investment above a bottle store and a sex o Watch out for tenant parking and security for your tenants • Clusters – maintenance intensive, and attaractive to owner occupiers, hence they tend to be priced out of reach of sound investment cashflows • Land – plots, stands in developments. Leave this to speculators and developers. If you have ever played Monopoly, you will know the winner buys up income producing properties, not income sapping land. This article is incomplete without a suggestion of what I deem to be the right or appropriate investment property for the man-in-the-street. • Townhouses o Many reasons – This is a link to an article I wrote on the merits of buying townhouses as investments http://organicgrowth.co.za/7-reasons-why-townhouses-are-great-buy-to-let-property-investments-in-south-africa/ Look out for video 2 in this series where we look at the second P, the wrong Price! About the Author Neil Vorster Neil Vorster is a property investment coach, investment author and co-founder of Organic Growth www.organicgrowth.co.za More free property investment training can be found here (http://organicgrowth.co.za/plf101-op-sp
Views: 2971 Organic Growth
People Are Making Big Money Kicking Detroit Residents Out Of Their Homes (HBO)
In the last 15 years, one in three Detroit properties have been foreclosed on. When most people think of foreclosure, they think of people who can’t afford to pay off their mortgages. But in Detroit, it’s often the result of people struggling to pay their property taxes. One big reason is that, in the years after the Great Recession, the city went bankrupt and failed to lower property assessments far enough to account for the impact of the housing crisis. While the value of residents’ homes fell, their taxes remained inordinately high, and tens of thousands of people fell so far behind on their inflated tax bills that the county seized their homes and sold them off at annual auctions. In recent years, the city and county have lowered assessments and offered reduced interest rates to some homeowners. But they have no plans to stop punishing those who were overcharged in the past. VICE News followed this year’s tax foreclosure auction and investigated how the county financially benefits from the process. As Detroit touts its comeback and celebrates its success in climbing out of the largest municipal bankruptcy in American history, many of the city’s residents remain on the brink of displacement. This segment originally aired December 7, 2017, on VICE News Tonight on HBO. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
Views: 822124 VICE News
House Hack: How to live FOR FREE by investing in multifamily real estate
House hack: Forget having to make a rent payment or come out of pocket for a mortgage every month. This is exactly how you can essentially live for free by investing in multifamily real estate as a primary residence. Plus - if do it right, you can literally GET PAID to live for free. Here's how. Learn how to make money as a Real Estate Agent, build your network of clients, and the exact steps I’ve used to grow my business from $0 to over $120 million in sales: $50 off with code ThankYou50 for a limited time: https://goo.gl/UFpi4c When you already have some savings and want to make the jump to becoming a home owner, one thing most people overlook is multi-family properties. These include duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes. What makes this unique is that in addition to your unit, you have other units that you can freely rent out which can cover your entire ownership cost of the property. When you buy these properties correctly, your rental income from the other units will cover your entire mortgage, property taxes, insurance and repairs, essentially letting you live in one of the units for free. Not only that, but you can apply the rental income towards your loan, meaning you can often qualify for a much larger loan than normal. You’re also paying down your loan and building equity at the same time. My biggest recommendation to maximize the rental income is to look for vacant multi-family buildings that need cosmetic upgrades. This means you can immediately begin updating the property when you buy it - new floors, paint, bathrooms, landscaping are all cheap and make a significant improvement for rental income. Now of course, there are downsides of doing this. First of all, you will have to manage tenants and that can be a part time job in and of itself. You will also have some shared common areas - it’s not any worse than an apartment, but you will be in close proximity with your tenants. It’s not for everyone. But the good news is that when you’re ready to buy a house or upgrade, you can rent out your unit and you have a great cash-flowing rental property for you to keep long term. Essentially when this is paid off, it could be your retirement money that keeps cash flowing month after month. Or, you can live there long term and bank as much money as you can knowing that you don’t have be out of pocket every month for housing payments. Add me on Instagram: GPStephan Add me on Snapchat: GPStephan Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq
Views: 389239 Graham Stephan
5 Investment Property Tax Tips
5 Investment Property Tax Tips from Newcastle Accountants Leenane Templeton: https://www.leenanetempleton.com.au. Learn about investment property tax tips and tax planning. Leenane Templeton Tax Page: https://leenanetempleton.com.au/newcastle/tax-accountants-newcastle/ Leenane Templeton Blog: https://leenanetempleton.com.au/blog/ Leenane Templeton Services: https://leenanetempleton.com.au/financial-planning-accounting-services-newcastle/ Newcastle Accountants Leenane Templeton Social Media: Leenane Templeton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leenane.templeton Leenane Templeton Twitter: https://twitter.com/leenanes Leenane Templeton You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1iK_eTl0j-XsYXNZUNm25Q
How to save tax from your real estate investments?
We get a tax expert in our studio to help you understand every possible tax exemption you can avail from your property investments. Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video
Views: 716 NDTV
BUYING YOUR FIRST INVESTMENT PROPERTY (Introduction to Investing in Real Estate!)
Matthew Pillmore is joined again by top Denver mortgage professional, Joe Massey, to discuss what you need to know before buying your first investment property. These are the critical things you need to know before getting into your first real estate investment. To access the FREE Real Estate Investment Analysis Worksheet, please visit: http://www.investmentanalysisworksheet.com This is incredibly useful for real estate investors (especially those new to real estate investing) to run the numbers of a potential property to determine important things like annual cash flow, annual rate of return, net operating income and much more. If you are interested in learning more or getting in touch with Joe, please e-mail us! EMAIL: [email protected] SUBJECT: MORTGAGE INCLUDE: Contact Information / Direct Phone Number Don't forget to sign up TODAY for your exclusive one on one consultation at: http://www.FreeCoachingCalendar.com Want more actionable financial tips and tricks like this one? Check out our YouTube channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC45hHuqWfdi7TIZg0RDG9_g Make sure to check out our social channels for more insight and industry news! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/VIPFinancialEducation/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/VIPFinancialEd LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vipfinancialed/ BBB A+ Rating - https://www.bbb.org/denver/business-reviews/financial-services/vip-enterprises-llc-in-westminster-co-90024254/ Complimentary Services and Products mentioned in our videos are available for a limited time only and are not guaranteed at the viewing of this video. VIP Financial Education provides resources for educational purposes only. Our education is not a substitute for Legal, Tax, or Financial advice and results vary. VIP Financial Education encourages viewers to do their homework before taking any financial action. VIP Enterprises, LLC may from time to time earn commissions by recommending various products, services, and programs.
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Foreign Investments in United States Real Estate
Tax planning for the non-resident alien individual and foreign corporate investor that is planning to invest in United States real estate. These are issues that could apply to every foreigner who is going to invest in real estate and all those that are dealing with them on an everyday basis such as the real estate broker, the real estate attorney, the accountant and other professionals in the field.
Views: 3356 Richard S. Lehman
Property depreciation for investment property owners detailed case studies | BMT Tax Depreciation
What impact can depreciation have on an investment scenario and how can it affect your weekly holding figures on a property? Brad Beer, Managing Director of BMT Tax Depreciation speaks in detail about property tax depreciation and the benefits a tax depreciation schedule can provide to investment property owners each financial year. To learn more about this process please visit: www.bmtqs.com.au/for-property-investors See how just some of BMT's happy clients are reaping the benefits from their schedules here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysz4h2ytq_o BMT Tax Depreciation specialises in maximising depreciation deductions for investment property owners Australia-wide through 11 office locations. A Tax Depreciation Schedule alternatively known as a tax depreciation report, prepared by a specialist Quantity Surveyor helps investment property owners to unlock cash flow potential and save thousands of dollars every year in their tax return. Our videos are information packed and will help you learn everything you need to know about property tax depreciation and how it benefits investment property owners. For more information Visit our website: www.bmtqs.com.au BMT on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1oXBzBz BMT on Twitter: http://bit.ly/18XMTTX Subscribe to BMT on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Sa1PKs Subscribe to BMT's Blog BMT Insider: http://bit.ly/1hBHDHS Request a quote for a depreciation schedule: http://bit.ly/XvIhjF
Views: 5013 BMT Tax Depreciation
Never Pay Capital Gains Taxes On Your Investment Property Sale
Willie Mandrell explains how to use the 1031 tax code to avoid paying capital gains taxes on the sales of your investment property. Willie Mandrell | Broker, Principal Owner The Mandrell Company 617-297-8641 [email protected] http://www.MandrellCo.com 572 Freeport Street, Suite B Boston, MA 02122
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