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Episode #4 – Using LLCs In Your Real Estate Business

We’ve talked about forming a limited liability company and today’s show focuses on whether or not you should use an LLC for investment property as an investor or a flipper. We start off with a crazy story which we hope none of you ever have to personally go through and we then follow it up with a tax and accounting look at how starting a real estate investment LLC can affect your business.

Specifically, we discuss:
– How an LLC affects your tax situation;
– Why some flippers open and close an LLC per flip;
– What the cost implications of partnerships and S-Corps are.

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About Brandon Hall

As founder and CEO of The Real Estate CPA, Brandon is focused on growing a CPA firm that provides real estate clients with an awesome experience. Brandon was named 40 under 40 by CPA Practice Advisor in 2018. Brandon leverages his personal real estate investing and his Big 4 Accounting experience to offer unique insights to his clients. Brandon enjoys CrossFit and Kiteboarding when he's not crunching numbers.

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