asset protection

Asset Protection strategies to protect real estate are so important! If you do not file your numbers properly regarding your properties and liens, you open yourself up to litigation. Savvy attorneys notice when your real estate properties’ numbers are not right, so don’t slip up! Protect your assets!

Real Estate Protection Strategies - build your assets umbrella to cover all the paperwork basesStrategies To Protect Real Estate – Asset Protection Umbrella

Rob Rowsell opened up to the group about strategies to protect real estate that he learned from experience. The first step in building that asset protection umbrella is making sure you have all of your ducks in a row, paperwork wise.

When you buy new multi-family rental property, you will go through the arduous process of filling out a giant stack of papers at the courthouse. One of Rob’s friends and mentors advised him to make sure those forms show the correct amount of equity in the home. Do the math! Between the actual value of the property and your loan, you must enter in the right numbers at the County Assessor’s Office. Otherwise, you may leave yourself open to a messy lawsuit.

Make no mistake, some lawyers are sharks who swim around and examine public records. When you do not enter in your information correctly, they might just smell your blood in the water! Implement the legal strategies to protect real estate, or your mistakes could quickly cost you investments you’ve worked years for.

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Do you own multi-family properties? If not, do you aspire to one day? Then you should consider joining our online discussion group, the ATL ALL-In Community! Each month, Rob Rowsell will teach you what you must do in order to build wealth in the real estate business. It’s not as easy as it looks! Property taxes, liens, and legal fees can be hard to navigate, so having a successful guide like Rob is clutch! Sign up today!

 

 

You can’t hide anything from an attorney! If you own multiple properties, then you need to take steps toward financial assets protection. In order to protect your assets, make sure that you have enough property insurance to protect your investments and practice anonymity. Otherwise, you will live to regret it!

Financial Assets Protection is a must - multi-family rental propertyFinancial Assets Protection Strategies Discussion

Rob Rowsell hit the ground running in this ATL call! It is so important to cover all your bases with your properties. He learned his lesson about financial assets protection the hard way when a jilted employee blindsided him with a lawsuit for over a half a million dollars! Talk about not having your ark ready for the storm!

Our host laid out three key strategies to assure that our assets are protected:

  1. Make sure you have enough comprehensive insurance on the property
  2. Practice anonymity through a property holding company – an LLC doesn’t count!
  3. Have enough liens on the property to make sure the value is evident

If you don’t think that you will need this advice, then you should think again! The more properties you own, the more open to litigation and financial audits you will be. Whether you like it or whether you don’t, the storm is coming. Do you have enough financial assets protection strategies in place in order to weather the storm?

Join Our Community

Do you own multi-family properties? If not, do you aspire to one day? Then you should consider joining our online discussion group, the ATL ALL-In Community! Each month, Rob Rowsell will teach you what you must do in order to build wealth in the real estate business. It’s not as easy as it looks! Property taxes, liens, and legal fees can all be hard to navigate, so having a successful guide in your corner like Rob is a must! Sign up today!

 

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