Land Trust – Protect Your Assets & Increase Profits Out of Every Deal

Recorded: June 2015 | Presenter: Randy Hughes

Course Content:

  1. Recorded Webinar ($15) – Duration: ~45 Minutes
  2. 53 Reasons to Use A Land Trust – PDF (Free)
  3. 10 Most Asked Questions – PDF (Free)
  4. Land Trusts Must Read Report – PDF (Free)

In this presentation, real estate investor Randy Hughes will cover the following:

  • Using a Land Trust when selling on a contract to protect against buyer default
  • Avoiding property re-assessment upon sale
  • Keeping out of the county court house records (and the many privacy and asset protection benefits of doing so)
  • How to use a Land Trust when lease-optioning
  • Avoiding the due-on-sale clause in any mortgage
  • Keeping your business private (from noisy neighbors, tenants, and relatives)
  • Protecting your hard earned assets from outside attack (frivolous lawsuits)
  • Using a Land Trust as a Prenuptial Agreement
  • Avoiding out-of-state LLC franchise taxes
  • How to link your Land Trust with other asset protection entities
  • Delaying the CA 3.3% sales tax (until YOU can afford to pay)
  • How to use a Land Trust when lease-optioning
  • Avoiding the CA $800.00/yr. franchise tax

About the Speaker: Randy Hughes

Randy Hughes has been a full time real estate investor since 1969. After acquiring several properties, Randy finally realized that he should take some time to learn how to protect those properties from deadbeats and their lawyers (frivolous lawsuits).

Over 30 years ago, Randy started learning how to set up and administer his own title holding Land Trusts for privacy and asset protection. Over the years, Randy has become THE national Land Trust expert in the United States. Randy is the founder of the Land Trust University in Illinois and writes the only exclusive Land Trust newsletter and blog in the world.

Randy will be teaching our members the many benefits to using a Land Trust to not only protect assets but make more profits out of each deal. He brings a unique “street level” perspective to using Land Trusts for privacy and asset protection.