FTL: How to Take Title to Protect Your Real Estate Investment & FIRPTA
FTL - Fort Lauderdale Location: 1765 NE 26th Street, Fort Lauderdale
1765 NE 26th Street
Fort Lauderdale
1765 NE 26th Street, Fort Lauderdale
When buying or investing in Florida real estate property, it is important to know that there are various ways in which to take title. Each one has its pros and cons depending on the buyer's goal, and their asset and liability protection needs. Also, depending on how title is taken, a property may have to go through the probate process when the owner passes away. Some of the different ownership methods that we will discuss(including the liability, estate planning, and asset protection implications), are: Single Ownership
Life Estates and Enhanced Life Estate Deeds ("Lady Bird" Deeds)
Tenancies in Common
Joint Tenancies with Rights of Survivorship
Tenancies by the Entireties
Under FIRPTA, anyone buying or receiving a U.S. Property from a foreign national-be it a foreign individual or a foreign business entity-is required to retain a certain percentage of the funds from the sale to be collected as a tax withholding.

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