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    How to Transfer Real Estate to an LLC

    Most people buy property in their name because it’s easy. However, listing property under an individual’s name can create problems down the road, like liabilities for any troublesome incidents. So, it’s understandable why your client might come to you wanting to transfer their real estate to a limited liability company (LLC).  But what’s involved in transferring property from an individual to an LLC? There are a few relatively easy steps to take, and we’ll walk you through each of them.  Contact the Bank or Lender Transferring the real estate title to an LLC doesn’t transfer the mortgage, so your client  

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  • Business & Finance

    WeWork, SoftBank and a real estate startup’s delusional tech narrative

    Yes, people are still talking about WeWork. And there are plenty of reasons for re-examining its heady rise and spectacular implosion after the company aborted its IPO nearly two years ago. Like 40 billion reasons. An authoritative new book about the WeWork saga is making many people’s summer reading lists, rekindling conversation about the whole sordid business while adding to our understanding of one of history’s biggest corporate meltdowns. Scenes of WeWork’s go-go years are familiar. Stylish shared-office designs to attract millennials. Taps serving beer and kombucha. A breakneck pace of opening new locations. And of course, the singular  

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  • Insurance

    First American Title and Lone Wolf Technologies integrate to offer title insurance orders directly to 1.4 million real estate agents in the U.S.

    Partnership to bring digital title insurance orders directly to 1.4 million real estate agents in the U.S. Tweet this “It’s more important than ever for real estate professionals to conduct business digitally,” said Jimmy Kelly, president and CEO of Lone Wolf. “This integration connects a leading title insurance provider to the leading transaction solution in the U.S. to bring a one-of-a-kind digital workflow to every single agent in the country, making their deals and their client experience that much simpler at a time when they need it most. We believe this is a huge step toward a new, faster,  

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  • Financial Analysis

    Real Estate Financial Analysis | Home Guides

    Real estate financial analysis is not a cut-and-dried topic. There are many aspects to consider, only some of which can be quantified. Aside from dollars and cents, it is important to take into account intangible factors such as location and desirability. Ultimately, the way real estate projects and purchases are evaluated relies heavily on the financial goals and objectives of the investor or purchaser. Establish Financial Objectives Most important in the process of evaluating real estate is the establishment of clear investment goals and objectives. In general, it is better to purchase a property that generates more income than less,  

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  • Business & Finance

    KKR Real Estate Finance (KREF) Earnings Expected to Grow: Should You Buy?

    The market expects KKR Real Estate Finance (KREF) to deliver a year-over-year increase in earnings on higher revenues when it reports results for the quarter ended June 2020. This widely-known consensus outlook is important in assessing the company’s earnings picture, but a powerful factor that might influence its near-term stock price is how the actual results compare to these estimates. The stock might move higher if these key numbers top expectations in the upcoming earnings report, which is expected to be released on August 3. On the other hand, if they miss, the stock may move lower. While management’s discussion  

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