Buying Farmland and Some Cows Can ACTUALLY Save You on #Taxes?
It's true — much to the dismay of many of the middle class, and it's sneaky. But thanks to a slight loophole in tax law, many of the wealthy have been able to take their massive properties on rural land assessed for millions of dollars, get the "use-value assessment" typically reserved for farmers and obtain a property tax credit.
What then happens? It's that tax credit bringing the value of, say, a $71.4MM valued property down to as little as $290K! They're basically able to have that rural land at such a low cost in terms of property tax that it almost seems like a steal (it is, actually).
You simply need to prove that you live on the acquired rural land. That's it. You don't have to do any farming, tilling the soil, milking cows or maintaining a chicken coop. File your property taxes under this tax credit, and you're golden.
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You’re probably wondering what tax shelters are and why they’re so important. Read this and find out how your tax refund could blow up huge!
We’re sure many wonder just how people get rich: tenacity. That’s the only way we can describe it. It all boils down to how you buy a candy bar for a buck and then sell it for two bucks. Simple as that. Increase the scale as high as you want to go, and you have a major money maker on your hands.
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Brace yourself: this is going to be difficult. As with anything in the real estate industry, you end up thinking you need either a real estate attorney or maybe Superman to wrap his brain around the concept of knowing the difference — between a rent-to-own and a land contract. Not even a kryptonian could honestly figure that one out (which is why you have our rent-to-own consultants helping you out with this one!).
Get interested when a potential seller even mentions this term. It’s an intriguing way for a seller to basically sell the home without giving up the title, basically. You, as the buyer, can purchase the home through contract and essentially pay “rent” (for lack of a better term), and when you’ve paid the entire purchase price for the home, the title to the property’s all yours.
In a way, it’s like leasing a car. You get to drive it. You get to maintain it. You get to go on a road trip clear across the country if you want. But you never get to own it — and that means you can’t sell it or perhaps even upgrade it — until you finish paying it all off. Certain advantages and slight disadvantages there, obviously. You can see why you might want to ask this along with other inquiries about rent-to-own.
The only way I can differentiate on this is that it’s largely dependent on an agreement typically made by the home seller. An offering for a land contract focuses mainly on the entire selling price — whereas a rent-to-own keeps it as a tenant-landlord deal for a specific period of time with an extra portion of each monthly rent going toward a down payment for ownership of the house.
It’s convenient. It’s flexible. And that’s the key. A land contract seals you in for the deal, for the long haul. You can’t back out of it without some form of penalty, because you agreed to basically own the house later on. But a rent-to-own simply offers the option — if you want it (which most of the time you would, provided you negotiate the best of terms for both parties).
Like looking into a mirror or something. But don’t be fooled. A land contract is so different from a rent-to-own that it’s scary. Just be well-informed. Because while you might want to just stick with a full lease on a house and make those payments as if its a mortgage, know that you don’t have a lot of wiggle room….
But a rent-to-own? That’s a whole different story and superhero altogether.
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