Rich Dad advisor Garrett Sutton talks about the loopholes of real estate investing, discussing financial tax and legal advantages of investing in. Investing in real estate is as easy as understanding the tax code and personal- injury law, according to this informative but daunting primer, part. Whether you’re buying your first home, or adding another multi-unit apartment complex to your vast real estate portfolio, Garrett Sutton’s book is.
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Loopholes of Real Estate by Garrett Sutton | Kirkus Reviews
Description The Loopholes of Real Estate reveals the tax and legal strategies used by the rich for generations to acquire and benefit from real estate investments. Clearly written, The Loopholes of Real Estate shows you how to open tax loopholes for your benefit and close legal loopholes for your protection.
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Review quote Voted Best Business Book in ! Knowledge is power; this book is a must read for the strategic investor. Written by Garrett Sutton who is an acclaimed author, lawyer and advisor to the well-known and well-received, Rich Dad Poor Dad series of financial self help books.
The book is divided into five parts each section relevant to the varied aspects of successful real estate investing and the loopholes that protect the resulting assets. Part One – Real Estate Advantages contains the background information theories and facts on real estate investing and its benefits. Part Two -Get in the Game advises readers on how to devise an investment plan, gather your personal advisement team, and decide on your investment. Part Three – Tax Strategies – demonstrates how to analyze the financial potential of possible investments, looks at tax advantages and managing your investments.
Part Four- Legal Strategies illustrates various legal methods for protecting your investments. Part five – Selection Strategies informs readers of legal and other issues pertinent to choosing a potentially profitable property.
Found at the end of every chapter, are sections that detail the viable loopholes related to the information included in the chapter. Also contained in the book are multiple, relevant checklists, referrals to other informative resources online and books written by other experts in the real estate field.
Being that I am neither a real estate Investor nor someone who has a working knowledge of such things, I expected this book to be boring and doused in confusing lingo but instead I was pleasantly surprised.
Written in a friendly tone and worded so that it is easy to understand, this is a precisely written, thoroughly organized guide to all things real estate; it does not just inundate the reader with laws, tax rules, and loopholes it offers lucid explanations demonstrated by case examples that depict real life situations. Additionally, this is not just a book for those looking to attain wealth through real estate investing it also serves as an intensely informative resource for business owners, married couples, business partners, and particularly homeowners, especially chapters 25 Protecting Your Home and Related Asset Protection Strategies29 Duties Owed by Real Estate brokers and Agentsand 30 Legal Due Diligence.
This is an excellent book for those looking to invest in real estate – the information contained in this book does well to clarify the do’s, don’ts and loopholes and I heartily recommend this book as a must read for anyone interested in real estate on any level. Whether you’re buying your first home, or adding another multi-unit apartment complex to your vast real estate portfolio, Garrett Sutton’s book is a fantastic overview of the “nuts and bolts” of buying, owning and selling real estate.
Loopholes Of Real Estate Investing with Garrett Sutton | PREI 112
Sutton Run Your Own Corporation,etc. Kiyosaki’s stable of Rich Dad Advisors, offers clever, if complicated, new ploys to grow and safeguard a fortune.
He begins with a motivational sketch of the cash-flow investment doctrine popularized in Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad-buy rental properties with borrowed money; rake in cash from tenants; leverage the equity to buy new properties; repeat until rich-but focuses on the labyrinthine “loopholes” that make the formula tenable.
The first kind involves subtle tax dodges that add greatly to the profitability of property investments-everything from “cost segregation” depreciation to “passive loss” allowances to the ” exchange. Sutton gafrett explores another suite of legal loopholes for sheltering assets from court judgments, including insurance, limited liability corporations that distance owners from their wealth, and the tactic of loading properties with debt so they are less tempting targets for plaintiffs.
There is plenty of arcane tax, legal and corporate-structuring lore here, but Sutton explains it in admirably lucid, straightforward prose supplemented with entertaining fictional case studies, including a picaresque involving an alpaca ranch, a moonshine still and whiplash payouts.
Novice investors will find it rela excellent road map for getting started. Readers looking for easy money may be discouraged by Sutton’s demonstration of just how complex real estate money can be, but others will find helpful guidelines, tips and tricks presented in a clear, engaging style. About Garrett Sutton Garrett Sutton: A clear and engaging writer, Garrett demystifies legal topics and presents them in a very understandable and accessible manner.
Garrett has over thirty years experience in assisting individuals and businesses to limit their liability, protect their assets, implement advantageous corporate structures and advance their financial goals. Garrett is the owner and operator of CorporateDirect.
Robert Kiyosaki, the best selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad calls Garrett and Corporate Direct “the premiere source for asset protection strategies. He graduated with a J. Garrett enjoys speaking on asset protection strategies and is a rstate lecturer for business groups and the Rich Dad’s Advisors educational series. For more information on Garrett Sutton, please visit his Web sites at www.
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