Thinking of starting out in real estate or investing in Denver real estate? Or are you a seasoned veteran but need a fresh perspective on taxation? Real estate investing can be incredibly rewarding, but with great reward comes a matching tax burden.
This course teaches you tax planning strategies for real estate investors.
Course Price: Free
Completely free. No ads, no upsells, no affiliate links. Just good content! Rather than spending your money on a course, use it to help buy a deal.
Why do I give it away for free? One reason is that I genuinely enjoy creating content and teaching. It’ll spark conversations and debates that I always learn from. Plus, the more I give, the more I get. Providing valuable information grows my network which increases deal flow and new clients. My goal is to make money from real estate investments and doing deals, not selling “how-to” information.
Join licensed realtor Chris Lopez and attorney Peter McFarland as they explore strategies to reduce your tax burden.
Specific Topics Include:
- Taxation of Rentals
- Taxation of Rehabilitations
- Taxation of Brokerage Income
- Basic Tax Planning Strategies
Module #2: Advanced Strategies for Tax Savings
This episode takes a look at more advanced tax strategies to ensure you won’t pay a dime more in tax than necessary.
This episode covers:
- Cost Segregation for Maximizing Depreciation
- 179 Expensing & Bonus Depreciation
- Real Estate Professional Status
- Avoiding Self-Employment Tax
Module #3: Real Estate Exit Strategies
If you’ve built a healthy real estate portfolio or even just finished your first rehabilitation, you should consider your exit strategies.
Specific Topics Include:
- Tax Treatment of Exiting Investments
- Capital Gains vs. Ordinary Income
- Opportunity Zones
- 1031 Exchanges
- Estate Planning Opportunities
Two Ways to Learn
If you’re like me, you’re busy and can’t spend hours watching videos on your computer or bounce around between computers, iPads, and iPhones to consume content. To make it easier, I’m presenting this course in two formats.
- Listen to the podcast (player at the top.)
- Read the blog post. Note, the blog is an executive summary. Get the in-depth breakdown from the podcast.
Both mediums should have the same format and flow. If you’re listening to a podcast but want the details on the numbers discussed, then check the show notes, and go to the blog for all the details!
If you have any questions, please reach out or leave them in the comments!