Real Estate & Investment Property Protection

Real Estate & Investment Property Protection

Protecting your home and other real estate is an important element in many asset protection plans. Because the title to real estate is publicly available and because it can not be moved offshore, atrust does not offer sufficient protection from an aggressive creditor.

A property owner can refinance the real estate to reduce the equity in a property to reduce is value as a creditor. We have unrelated third party lenders who will grant a loan up to 100% of the value of a property. They require the loan proceeds to be escrowed until the borrower has demonstrated their ability to make the monthly payments. The escrow is held in an offshore account. When the liens on a property equal or exceed the value of the property creditors are unwilling to pay off the mortgages in order to put the property up for sale.

Other assets that can be borrowed against are art and antiques, equipment and machinery, securities, and ownership interests. Another method of protecting real estate is to modify its title is such away that it requires a third party to approve a change of title or foreclosure. It could be that if a spouse is not liable to a creditor, a property may already be protected.
Another method could be adding a third party right or option on a property that delays any change of title. Entering into an escrow to sell a property can prevent a creditor from proceeding against a property. Creating a will living trust for children can be a viable option.

Whitehall has other methods to protect real estate that we don’t want to make public. Creditors read every word on this website as do other asset protection lawyers. We will share these options in a private phone call.

There is no “one best way” to protect property. The earlier we can begin building the legal walls to protect real estate, the stronger they will be.

Avoid filing false encumbrances against a title. Equity stripping is recording a false mortgage to eliminate the equity in a property. If a property owner grants a mortgage to a third party and goes not get cash or cash equivalents in return, it will be seen as fraud and probably a crime. We have lenders that will make you areal loan and advance cash. These lenders may require that the borrower place his cash in escrow, like an escrow for taxes and insurance, until the borrower has shown he can make the monthly payments.
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