LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Gaylene Rogers | Feb 9, 2018

Incorporate as an LLC to Protect Your Personal Assets and Reduce Your Risks

Your personal assets need to be separate from your business assets in order to protect you and your family from any of the mishaps that can happen in business. Incorporating your real estate business as an LLC provides the necessary corporate veil to do just that.

Additional resources provided by the author

RESOURCES Esajian, J.D., “Five Mistakes to Avoid when Forming an LLC”, https://www.fortunebuilders.com/forming-a-real-estate-llc/, Fortune Builders. Retrieved 9/29/17. Incorporate.com., “Incorporate a Real Estate Company or Form an LLC”. https://www.incorporate.com/real_estate.html, The Company Corporation. Retrieved 9/29/17. Law Inc., “Why LLCs are Crucial for Real Estate Investing.” https://www.lawinc.com/llcs-crucial-real-estate-investors/, LawInc.com, July 26, 2017. Retrieved 9/29/17. Merrill, Than, “A Beginners Guide to Starting LLCs for Real Estate: Part 1.” https://www.fortunebuilders.com/beginners-guide-starting-an-llc-part-1/, Fortune Builders. Retrieved 9/29/17. Weaver, Jeff, Esq., “Forming an LLC for Real Estate Investments: Pros and Cons”. https://www.legalzoom.com/articles/forming-an-llc-for-real-estate-investments-pros-cons, LegalZoom.com, January 2014. Retrieved 9/29/17.

Rate this guide


Can’t find what you’re looking for?


Post a free question on our public forum.

Ask a Question

- or -

Search for lawyers by reviews and ratings.

Find a Lawyer