The starting point of any evaluation is always the strategic perspective . The first aspect to consider is the future one. What I mean is that we must try to understand if the properties being leased will be properties that will remain in the assets for a long time . The goal is to understand if in a few years you will speculate on a future sale or if you decide to rent for the long term Nevada Business License.
A long-term investment usually involves evaluations to be made in terms of generational handover as well. If you intend to invest in a real estate in the short term, with a view to more than five years, but less than ten, investing as a natural person is more convenient. In this way it will be possible to take advantage of a particular tax regime which provides for the exemption from capital gains in the event of the sale of a property held for over five years . This does not concern partnerships and corporations.
In the case of a company, any capital gain determined by the difference between the conferred value and the sales price will be subject to taxation by the company (at the rates indicated above).
On the contrary, if a long-term real estate investment is presumed to be (over ten years), considering the fact that a hypothesis of generational change could also be configured, the transfer of real estate to a company can facilitate this aspect. A property in partnership makes it very easy to manage a generational change.
This is possible by avoiding paying mortgage and cadastral taxes that would be incurred if the holding of real estate were managed as a natural person.
Assessment of obtainable rental income
Another aspect to evaluate in order to understand if it is convenient to set up a property management company is the obtainable rental income .
In this case it is necessary to assess whether the profitability offered by the properties allows you to operate with a company. The ordinary management of a company involves costs.