California Proposition 58 – Avoiding a sibling to sibling buyout

 

California Proposition 58 Qualifications

California Proposition 58 Qualifications

Qualifying for California Proposition 58’s Parent to Child Transfer

When it comes to California Proposition 58, making a mistake can cost you! Prop 58 grants the ability for a parent to transfer real estate to a child and avoid having that property reassessed. That may sound insignificant to some, but it can translate to a dramatic yearly property tax savings. In fact, the clients we assist save on average more that $6,000 per year in property taxes by taking advantage of this Proposition 58 property tax benefit.

In order for a child who is inheriting a home from a parent to qualify for Proposition 58, they must meet specific requirements. One of these requirements is that when there are multiple child beneficiaries involved and one of the children wants to inherit the home, while others wish to receive cash; the child inheriting the home can not use their own funds or personally guarantee the funds used to equalize the distribution. That is where Commercial Loan Corporation can help. Unlike conventional lenders, we provide loans directly to a trust; even an irrevocable trust. This allows our clients to avoid a sibling to sibling buyout which would otherwise disqualify them from receiving a full exclusion from property tax reassessment.

We highly recommend that you work with an attorney or property tax specialist to insure you both qualify and receive your benefit. Call us at 877-464-1066 and we can provide you with a FREE analysis of how much you might be able to save each year in property taxes. We can also put you in contact with a qualified Attorney or California Property Tax Consultant in your area if you require assistance.

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California Proposition 58 Qualifications

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