Without actually transferring ownership of the property to the LLC, it is unlikely you can avoid personal liability as a landlord in this context.
Maybe you can rent the property to your LLC for a reasonable price.
Purchasing a liability insurance is another way to limit personal liability.
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You might want to try making a master lease from yourself to the LLC. Then the LLC will have the right to lease the property to tenants. This will reduce, but not eliminate potential personal liability. Make sure that you have sufficient insurance to protect you against risks
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