Burt M. Polson - Commercial Real Estate Broker

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House hacking - part 2

In part one we discussed my clients, Steve and Cheryl, who doubled their money using the house hacking technique in purchasing, managing, and living in one unit of their fourplex multi-family property.

House hacking is purchasing a two to four unit multi-family residential property, living in one of the units and renting out the others.

You too can be a house hacker if you have the passion for becoming a real estate investor and the fortitude of being a landlord.

The financial side of house hacking in Napa

If you find the right deal in the right location, you could have the tenants’ rent cover your monthly loan payments or more. However, in Napa, this could be difficult as we shall see why.

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Crowdfunding and syndications

I am excited about the new year.

As I look back to my previous 25 years in celebration of a career milestone, I am excited about cultivating my relationships with current clients and growing relationships with new clients.

I gave a hint in my previous article of a new venture this year--in addition to continuing selling and leasing commercial real estate, I will be creating a new private equity syndication company.

A primer on syndications

A syndication is an organization consisting of a group of investors who pool capital together to purchase investment real estate.

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No returns - exchanges only

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows an investor to sell investment real estate and potentially pay no taxes. Using a well-known tax law called Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) an investor could defer capital gains on certain real estate investments.

Without a 1031 exchange tax liability could be as high as a blended rate of up to 35 percent in California. An investor who decides to cash-out from a sale could end up paying a large tax bill.

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