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What is a holding company in a real estate transaction?
You form an entity — the holding company — so that the contract and ultimately the deed will be in the company’s name. Additionally, if you seek financing, you will pledge the mortgage under the name of the real estate holding company. Many real estate holding entities are structured as limited liability companies, known as LLCs.
What are the advantages of a real estate holding company?
You may have general business liability insurance to help cover these claims, but if you plan to own your business property or purchase rental properties, you may want to consider the advantages of a real estate holding company. A real estate holding company owns property and keeps it separate from your other assets.
Are there any real estate holding companies in the US?
Some of the top real estate companies in the United States are actually holding companies. Some companies create operating companies although these are still holding corporations under the current tax laws. For real estate investors, personal loss can be an issue if a purchased property underperforms.
How do I start a real estate holding company?
The first step in starting a real estate holding company is setting up an LLC. You will need to choose and register a business name with your state and apply for an employer identification number with the IRS. Your business name will need to be unique. Once you have your business name…