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Richard T. Williamson

Full Name: Richard T. Williamson
Number of Works: 5
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<div>The decline and instability of the financial market has led to a white-hot market in real estate.  Millions of investors are moving their money from equities to real estate.  As the rate of transactions increases sellers are discovering that there are some tax surprises associated with selling real estate.  The two primary tax considerations are capital gains and recapture of depreciation.  Between the two, Federal and State taxes can be as much as one third of the profit on the sale of a property.  Both individual investors and real estate professionals can discover legal meth
ISBN: 1427799083, 9781427799081
Keywords: asset, protection, entities, llcs, corporations, estate, investor, guide, real
Pages: 240
Published: 2009

Protect Your Property—Before It’s Too Late Real estate investors take risks. Homeowners, tenants, and even passers-by can sue investors like you, no matter what type of property you own. And if you’re not careful, you could lose more than the property involved in a lawsuit—even your other real estate assets. In our sue-happy society, protecting your assets and investments isn’t just a wise business decision—it’s imperative. In The Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Corporations, LLCs, and Asset Protection Entities, attorney Richard Williamson explai
ISBN: 0793167981, 9780793167982
Keywords: taxes, paying, estate, real, selling
Pages: 232
Published: 2003

Through case studies and actual client transactions, Selling Real Estate without Paying Taxes discusses basic tax deferral methods for new property investors, as well as introducing some uncommon and complex techniques that the seasoned real estate investor/agent may not have considered. In Selling Real Estate without Paying Taxes, Richard T. Williamson breaks down the term ""capital gain"" and provides a look at the advantages and disadvantages of each method. Highlights of the book include how to use the Starker 1031 exchange, using installment sales to create a steady s