I buy real estate to rent it out though my LLC?
can i take off my closing costs as a deduction on my tax returns and well as the cost of buying it??
- loanmasteroneLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
This question would be decided by how the LLC is set up? Either you personally or the LLC may take this deduction provided it was an out of pocket expense. In other words you can not take or deduct from you income tax something you did not pay.
The cost of buying the property has a built in deduction called depreciation. A certain assets is deemed to have a lifetime value, over the life of your ownership this would be taken out each year as the assets depreciate.
Since you did not indicate how the LLC is set up for tax purposes then it would be difficult telling you which might take this deduction you or the LLC.
In tax and legal matters you should always consult with your tax consultant and attorney.
Purchasing property through a LLC is a very good way to purchase property. You have to remember that this LLC is a different person with, it's own bank account both checking and savings. You might consider having all rent go to the LLC bank account.
Once the LLC has sufficient income and assets the LLC could qualify on it's own to apply for and be approved for a mortgage loan without you personally guarantee for the mortgage loan.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you,good luck.
- hunkeLv 44 years ago
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- kemperkLv 710 years ago
yes re the taxes. IT is hard to take the cost of an asset
off on a tax return--esp when [normally] real estate
increases in value]
what is your actual desire? objective?Source(s): biz teacher/RE broker