10 states give you biggest bang for your real estate investing buck

10 states give you biggest bang for your real estate investing buck

Investing in real estate isn’t as simple as investing in equities. But some wealthy investors like real estate because of the potential for great returns. There are several ways to invest in property. You can become a landlord or buy a property to rehab and flip. Or you can put money into a real estate investment trust or real estate investment groups: two other ways to invest without the hassle of dealing with a tenant…

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Sitting on $11 million? Give it away to save on estate taxes

Sitting on $11 million? Give it away to save on estate taxes

“The higher exemption is a boon for people with large estates,” said D’Addio, referring to individuals with estates that are near or over the $11.18 million exemption. By making gifts in their lifetime, these people move wealth and its appreciation out of their estate, reducing the amount that’s subject to the estate tax once they die. Outsized gifts may not make as much sense for families with smaller estates, particularly those that are under $5…

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Wealthiest people are investing in real estate, private equity

Wealthiest people are investing in real estate, private equity

Ultra-wealthy investors aren’t bullish on the markets but they are well positioned to “weather the storm,” according to Michael Sonnenfeldt, founder of investment club Tiger 21. In the third quarter, Tiger 21 members moved more capital into real estate and private equity, according to its latest asset allocation report. The network, which is made up of more than 600 entrepreneurs from every industry, has $60 billion in assets. Real estate accounts for 28 percent of…

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