It is natural for people to either create or modify estate plans so that they can take advantage of tax laws that can result in substantial savings. However, with the best financial intentions, a person’s overall purpose in setting up trusts or modifying them may be lost.
The New York housing market fluctuates as do all other areas of sales and purchases in the nation. Some years, economists consider it a buyer's market while other times seem to benefit the seller. As an immigrant who has worked hard to build a new life in the United States, you likely want to implement all available options to successfully sell your home when you choose, for whatever reason, to relocate. The last thing you need is to face complications regarding real estate laws.
If you learn that you are tapped to be an executor, the responsibilities that come with administering an estate can be overwhelming. After all, the process of legally transferring property and assets from the deceased to heirs or beneficiaries (and even creditors) is not something that people do every day. Also, if there are disputes over who is entitled to receive the property, this can be daunting.
When the main fundamental underpinnings of a successful commercial real estate market are flourishing (low unemployment, steady wage growth) you would expect that growth in the market would increase as well. However, according to a recent globest.com report, commercial real estate activity has fallen to a three-year quarterly low.
If you have not heard of a self-directed IRA, you are certainly not alone. Most people who are building wealth through IRAs, use the traditional means (i.e. Roth, Inherited, SEP or SIMPLE). However, most are unfamiliar with the concept of self-directed IRAs and the benefits of having them.
Making a real estate transaction work on a long term basis involves choosing the right property, making timely renovations and ensuring that financing works in order to make money on the right investment. This means that timely refinancing packages can be just as important as the property itself.