Texas real estate investors who have formed a traditional LLC should consider upgrading to a Texas series LLC. In short, a series LLC is one of the best ways to protect your assets, but there are many reasons why it is likely in your best interest to form or switch to one. And a real estate attorney can help you navigate the process. (more…)
The Series Limited Liability Company (“Series LLC”) was first introduced in Delaware in 1996. Although many states allow for the formation of Series LLC, few still do not. The Series has been valid in the Lone Star State for the past ten years (since 2009). In Texas, the Texas Business Organization Code (BOC) controls and regulates the formation and maintenance of a Texas Series LLC under Tex. Bus. Orgs. Code Ann. §§ 1.001 et seq.
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Texas real estate investors who have formed a traditional LLC should consider upgrading to a Texas series LLC. In short, a series LLC is one of the best ways to protect your assets, but there are many reasons why it is likely in your best interest to form or switch to one. And a real estate attorney can help you navigate the process... Read More »
When you’re buying a property, you might — justifiably — feel like you’re in limbo while it’s under contract. There are many “what if” possibilities that, while unlikely, you still need to consider. In light of the recent winter storm in Texas, which wreaked havoc on thousands of properties across the... Read More »
The residential real estate closing process can be confusing for a homebuyer, property developer, or investor. A real estate closing involves finalizing a property sale, which includes signing documentation to trigger the property transfer. The process takes place during an already stressful time and can be susceptible to possible setbacks. The... Read More »
For many people, owning property — particularly your own home — is a major part of the proverbial “American Dream.” In the past, only the very wealthy were able to become landowners. But today, home and property ownership are possible for more people than ever. And because of the nature of property ownership, and the fact... Read More »