What You Will Learn From Two Days with Dyches:

-Land Trust &  Personal Property Trust Basics
-Relationship of Players
-Picking a Trustee
-Trust Stacking strategies
-Maintaining Privacy
-Strategic use of Co-Trustees
-Who REALLY holds title and Why
-Trustee and fiduciary issues
-Deeds into Land Trust (the 3 approaches)
-Successor/Contingent Beneficiaries
-Adding Estate Planning to Trusts
-Changing Trustees…PROPERLY!
-Transfer, Property & Income Taxes
– When a trust owes taxes — Complex & Simple Trusts
-Extending a Trust
-Terminating a Trust
-Merger issues
-Amending the Trust
-Avoiding Partition
-Using Land Trusts in a 1031 Exchange
-Statute of Uses
-Liability issues
-Avoiding Litigation
-Dealing with multiple owners
-Types of beneficiaries
-The importance of Beneficiary Agreements
-Grantor & non-Grantor Trusts & why it makes a difference
-Concepts of Legal & Equitable title and why they are important
-Proper use of Directors
-Step-by- Step Transactions involving Land Trusts
-Funding the Land Trust properly
-How to avoid revealing the Trust documents
-Land Trusts & the Due-on- Sale clause—the real story
-Financing a property in a Land Trust
-Avoiding Probate
-Interesting & powerful clauses and variations

You’ll have your hands full by the end of this event and be fully qualified to start using trusts in the proper and most advantageous manner possible.

On August 26 & 27, 2017, Dyches Boddiford will present a 2 day Seminar in Greenville on Using Trusts in Your Real Estate Business. Read More an register for this event at: UpstateCREIA.com/GreenvilleTrust

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Learn New Land Trust Strategies Monday Night

Monday August 21, legendary investor/trainer Dyches Boddiford will travel to Greenville to present a 90 minute training on how we as investors can utilize Land Trusts and Personal Property Trusts in our investing business.

If you’re not familiar with Dyches, he’s the undisputed authority on this topic and has decades of experience using Trusts in own mega investing business.

In short, Trusts are like an entity that you set up to hold deed or title to property. The primary purpose of which is to provide privacy of ownership and shield your assets from lawsuits.

Every investor new or seasoned needs to understand how trusts work so you can use them when appropriate and understand them when you’re considering a purchase that is already titled in the name of a trust.

Come listen to Dyches Monday night, August 21. Doors open at 6pm. Meeting starts at 7.
See meeting details at: http://UpstateCREIA.com

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Advanced Trust Users….

Even if you have been using Land Trusts for years, this class will be valuable since we will also discuss particular clauses that can strengthen your trust—but they should only be used by an informed investor.  And you will definitely be an informed investor after this class.  Learn the PRACTICAL approach to the Land Trust & Personal Property Trusts! This is not just theory— as a full-time real estate investor, I use Land Trusts and Personal Property Trusts on a regular basis.  In this class, I will show you practical, everyday techniques to help bulletproof your assets as well as utilizing advanced strategies.  You will gain insights on methods others can use to separate you from your hard earned dollars and assets, then how to legally protect yourself.  You need to be there on August 26 and 27, 2017. 

Read More an register for this event at: UpstateCREIA.com/TrustReg

 

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A Thousand Years of Case History

Trusts have been used as an entity to hold assets, such as real estate for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Obviously, it’s old stuff. But, with each generation’s trials and tribulations, trusts evolve to meet new challenges.

High Taxes and aggressive litigation are today’s motivators. A result of this attack is a defense system is critical. Trusts are used by some investors as a key part of their defense against ever increasing taxes and litigation.

Dyches Boddiford will discuss Trusts and this entire ‘defense system’ when he comes to Greenville Monday night August 21 for the UpstateCREIA general meeting, Guests welcome, And he will be back to present a 2 day seminar on August 26 and 27, also in Greenville. See http://UpstateCREIA.com for additional details

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Ever Herd of “Stacking” Entities for Super Protection of Your Assets?

Stacking entities can give you additional asset protection and tax benefits.  This includes personal property trusts, corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships.  In line with my practical approach to trusts, Dyches Boddiford will discuss when you should use such stacking techniques and when to keep it simple. He will be in Greenville Monday night August 21 for the UpstateCREIA general meeting, Guests welcome, And he will be back to present a 2 day seminar on August 26 and 27, also in Greenville. See http://UpstateCREIA.com for additional details

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Types of Deals You Can Use Trusts For:

o  All cash

o  Subject-to

o  Conventional financing

o  Owner financing

o  Selling the property or beneficial interest

o  Buying at foreclosure

o  Buying/Selling on a Land Contract

o  Leasing & Lease-Options

o  Refinancing

o  And more!

Buying property in the name of a trust is not just theory— as a full-time real estate investor, he uses Land Trusts and Personal Property Trusts on a regular basis.  In this class, he will show you practical, everyday techniques to help bulletproof your assets as well as utilizing advanced strategies.  You will gain insights on methods others can use to separate you from your hard earned dollars and assets, then how to legally protect yourself.  You need to be there.  I will!

On August 26 & 27, 2017, Dyches Boddiford will present a 2 day Seminar in Greenville on Using Trusts in Your Real Estate Business. Read More an register for this event at: UpstateCREIA.com/GreenvilleTrust

 

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Advanced Investors: New Land Trust Strategies You Don’t Know About

Important investing strategy that can not be sidelined given the state of the market, industry and prevailing government practices. Land Trusts. As a seasoned investor, you no doubt have used or at least herd of investors using Land or Personal Property trusts for various purposes.

Well, for dozens of years, a group of super savvy investors have been using Trusts in some very strategic and creative ways. Ways which have already proven out as winners in plenty of case law examples.

It’s likely you’ve never even heard of these advanced strategies, even if you’ve studied Trusts at length.

I want to compel you to attend our August 21 General Meeting, where Dyches Boddiford (the undisputed authority on trusts) will be our main speaker and will present for 90 minutes. As you may be aware, he’ll also be here in town for a two seminar later in the month, but you at least need to come to the general meeting. The information he will present on Trusts is more critical than ever and I personally guarantee you’ll be happy you canceled what ever else you were doing that night and attend this meeting.

If you’re a UpstateCREIA member, or a Guest, the admission is free. But it’s a first come first serve seating. Doors open at 6pm.

Hope to see you there!
See more meeting details at: http://UpstateCREIA.com

Norm Reid
President, UpstateCREIA

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07

Avoiding Death Taxes

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Avoiding Death Taxes

Over the years trusts have been used extensively in the attempt to control how much the government inherits. Some of the more familiar trust names include: Bypass Trust; Marital Deduction Trust; Generation Skipping Trust; Grantor Retained Income Trust; Insurance Trust; etc. The common thread for all of these trusts is to legally avoid paying the majority of the deceased’s wealth to the government. Failure to act is to assure that the estate will pay the highest possible tax. Want to learn how to eliminate or reduce death taxes that you or your loved ones will inevitably face? Read More an register for this event at: UpstateCREIA.com/GreenvilleTrust

 

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Dyches Boddiford is coming to Greenville to teach a 2 day seminar on using land trusts.  Here is a good example of how one was used successfully:

An attorney, Lee Horner, tells a story of a law suit where a person was bit by a dog that was not even supposed to be on the rental property. The person hired an attorney to sue. Since the property was in a land trust, they were required to serve papers on the trustee. But the trustee could not be found since they were out of state. Of course, with no trustee to depose, they could not discover that the beneficiary was an LLC in a third state.

The plaintiff could still possibly use service by publication to get a judgment and then get the property.

But there was a loan on it by a company in a fourth state. After a while the frustrated attorney told their client to forget it and the suit was dropped.

This is just to show what can be done and your land trust does not need to be this involved…

On August 26 & 27, 2017, Dyches Boddiford will present a 2 day Seminar in Greenville on Using Trusts in Your Real Estate Business. Read More an register for this event at: UpstateCREIA.com/GreenvilleTrust

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Common Questions on Land Trusts:

  1. Will transferring my property into the name of a trust trigger the “Due on Sale” clause: No, case law from 1982 forbids banks from doing so.
  2. Are the additional tax requirements: No, Trusts are transparent for tax purposes and do not require any additional documentation or paperwork
  3. Will they work in any jurisdiction? Yes, they work in all 50 states
  4. Where are the organizational documents that form the trust filed? No where. No public record of any kind
  5. Can lawyers and tenants find ownership? How???..the is nothing filed in public records

To read more about how trusts work and how they can benefit you, see article on the UpstateCREIA website at: http://upstatecreia.com/dychesEDU

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