Parent Child Exclusion From Property Tax Reassessment
Commercial Loan Corporation specializes in helping clients qualify for California Proposition 58’s Parent to Child Exclusion from Property Tax Reassessment with our Trust and Estate loans. You may be wondering what the parent to child exclusion from property tax reassessment is. When a parent passes and leaves a child real estate in California, Prop 58 grants the ability for a child to also inherit the parents low property tax base on the property if certain conditions are met and the appropriate documents are submitted correctly to the county tax assessors office.
How does Commercial Loan Corporation help in that situation?
Often times when there are multiple children involved and one of those children want’s to inherit the property and keep the parents low property taxes, the county assessors office will require an equal distribution of assets be made to all children. Unfortunately most Trust & Estates do not have sufficient cash assets for an equal distribution to be made and that may result in the inherited home being reassessed. Commercial Loan Corporation can assist clients in that situation. Unlike most California lenders, we specialize in assisting customers with the California Proposition 58 parent to child exclusion from property tax reassessment. In fact, we are one of the only California lenders that will lend directly to an Irrevocable Trust with no personal guarantee from the acquiring beneficiary which is often a Board of Equalization requirement when the property is held in an irrevocable trust and multiple beneficiaries are involved.
If you, a family member or a client of yours is inheriting property and are interested in transferring a parents low property tax base please give us a call at 877-464-1066. We can answer any questions you may have and provide you with a free analysis of how much your might be able to save by taking advantage of the California Proposition 58 Parent to Child Exclusion From Property tax Reassessment.
Information on the California parent to child property tax transfer
Parent to Child Property Tax Transfer on California Real Estate
Did you know that in some situations California property owners can transfer a property tax base to another person? It is possible, but there are some limitations. California Proposition 58 allows parents and children to pass property to one another and avoid property tax reassessment in some cases.
Why is a parent to child property tax transfer important for Californians?
Simply put, it allows you to keep your parents low Prop 13 tax base on an inherited home. This can make the cost of keeping the home more reasonable. Here is an example of how it works. Say a parent purchased a home in 1982 for $125,000. The parent passes away in 2018 and the property is then worth $800,000. Because California Proposition 13 limits the amount that property taxes can increase to just 2% per year; the parents annual property tax payment may be only $2,000 per year when they pass. If that home were to have its property taxes reassessed, the taxes would jump to around $8,000 per year.
California Proposition 58 allows the child to avoid property tax reassessment on the home inherited from the parent. That means a savings of around $6,000 per year in property taxes for the person inheriting the home. This makes the home more affordable for the child and may allow them to keep the home as opposed to having to sell it. If you have specific question on if you may be eligible for a California Prop 58 exclusion from property tax reassessment, please call us at 877-464-1066.
Can a child inheriting a home avoid property tax reassessment if the home is held in a trust?
Yes, California Proposition 58 does allow a parent to transfer a property held in a trust to a child and avoid property reassessment. That being said, doing so can be complicated when multiple trust beneficiaries are involved. An equal distribution is required in most situations. If there are not sufficient funds in the trust to equalize the distribution, the trust will need to borrow the funds needed. In that situation, the County Assessors office will require that an equal distribution was made with funds provided by a third party loan to the trust in order to grant a Proposition 58 exclusion for reassessment.
Typically at the time of passing, a Family Trust, Living Trust or Revocable Trust becomes an Irrevocable Trust. When the trust becomes irrevocable the ability to make changes to the trust is restricted. The trustee or trust administrator may have few options when it comes to receiving a third party loan on a home held in the irrevocable trust. Most California lenders are not willing to lend on a home or provide a mortgage to an Irrevocable Trust. Even fewer have the experience and proper loan documents to provide a Proposition 58 compliant loan.
Proposition 58 compliant loans to trusts.
Commercial Loan Corporation is one of California’s leading providers of loans to Irrevocable trusts. Unlike other lenders, this is what we specialize in. While the majority of lenders are unable to lend to an Irrevocable Trust, this is our focus. Every month with assist clients qualify for their California Proposition 58 exclusion from reassessment with our Prop 58 compliant loans to trusts. If you, a client or a family member are interested in obtaining a mortgage to an irrevocable trust, please call us at 877-464-1066 and we would be happy to assist you.
Non Pro Rata Distribution Loans For Trusts and Estates – Call Commercial Loan Corporation at 877-464-1066
Non Pro Rata Distribution Loans For Trusts and Estates
Commercial Loan Corporation is one of California’s leading providers of loans to trusts and estates. Our specialized mortgage infuses a trust or estate with cash so that a non pro rata distribution can be made. A non pro rata distribution occurs when each heir or beneficiary receives an equal proportion of the entire estate or trust distribution but not of each asset. When a trust or estate does not hold sufficient cash assets, our loan provides the trust or estate with the cash needed to equalize the distribution or payout of the estate. This allows one of the beneficiaries or heirs to keep an inherited home and take advantage of the Proposition 58 tax benefit; which allows the California Proposition 13 protected low tax base from their parent to be transferred to the child who is inheriting the home.
On average our Non Pro Rata Trust Distribution and Probate Estate Distribution Loans save clients over $6,200 per year in property taxes. Our process is quick and easy. In fact we can often times complete a non pro rata loan in as little as 7 business days. Our loan is made directly to the trust.
If you, a family member or a client that you represent requires a California Proposition 58 Non Pro Rate Distribution Loan, please call us at 877-464-1066. Even if you are attempting to distribute and irrevocable trust, we have loan programs that can assist you. We can answer any questions you have on our non pro rate distribution loans and provide you with a free cost benefit analysis to see if one of our trust and estate loans makes sense for you.
At Commercial Loan Corporation, we specialize in providing financing to Trusts. Our loan provides the cash needed for an irrevocable trust or estate to make an even distribution when one of the beneficiaries is inheriting a home as their share of the distribution. The California Board of Equalization requires that an even distribution be made to take advantage of Proposition 58’s Parent to Child Transfer and avoid a reassessment of property taxes. Exclusion for reassessment of property taxes allows a child to keep their parents’ low property tax payment. Our loan helps clients save on average over $6,000 per year in property taxes. In just a few short minutes we can help a client determine how much they could save by taking advantage of California’s Proposition 58’s Exclusion for Reassessment of Property Taxes.
Commercial Loan Corporation is very excited to welcome Tanis Alonso as the latest addition to our team! Tanis is an Account Executive in our Trust & Estate Bridge Loan Department. Her primary role is to assist clients, attorneys, trust administrators, paralegals and fiduciaries in obtaining short term bridge loan financing for beneficiaries and heirs that want to take advantage of Proposition 58’s exclusion from property tax reassessment to preserve a parents low Proposition 13 tax base on inherited property.
“My commitment to my clients is that i will always put your needs first! You can expect 100% transparency from me and i will always look out for your best interest.
Prior to joining the Commercial Loan Corporation team, I attended California State University, Fullerton for Business Management. I obtained my Real Estate license in 2005, but continued down the path of Restaurant Management advancing into a Customer Service Specialist and Developmental Training Manager. I have a passion for taking care of others, am very detail oriented and have a do whatever it takes mentality.
Outside of work, I like to spend my free time with my family and volunteering with various organizations. My favorite thing to do is take my dog Beau to the dog park so he can play with all his friends.
I am beyond excited to start a new journey with Commercial Loan Corporation and to be working alongside a group of individuals with the upmost integrity and expertise.”
Contact Information For Tanis Alonso:
Tanis Alonso, Account Executive for the Trust & Estate Bridge Loan Department can be reached at 714-442-8995 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in more information on our Private Money Bridge Loans for Trusts & Estates, please call Tanis or complete the short form located here. For immediate assistance from any member of the Bridge Loan department, please call us at 877-464-1066.
For additional information on our bridge loans that assist clients who are inheriting real estate from a parent and want to keep the existing low property tax payment, please click here.
California Proposition 58 Parent to Child Property Tax Transfer
California Proposition 58 and Property Taxes
When inheriting real estate from a parent, one of the primary considerations in determining if you will keep or sell the property is often the expenses associated with the home. Typically one of the greatest expenses is the homes property taxes. In California, Proposition 58 grants qualifying children the ability to retain a parents low Proposition 13 protected property tax rate. Doing so could mean a savings of thousands of dollars each year. Commercial Loan Corporation helps beneficiaries and heirs qualify for their Prop 58 property tax benefits by providing bridge loans to trusts and probate estates so that an even distribution can be made.
Information About Proposition 58
In 1986, California’s Proposition 58 became effective and with certain limitations, it allows for the exclusion from reassessment of property taxes on real estate transfers between a parent and child. In the State of California, real estate is reassessed at market value if it the home is either sold or transferred. The property value reassessment may cause property taxes to increase dramatically in some cases. Preventing a property tax reassessment may save a beneficiary or heir thousands of dollars annually depending on the difference between the existing assessed value and the current reassessed property value. If the transfer of property is between a parent and child, under certain circumstances the property will not be reassessed if all required conditions are met. If applicable, an equal distribution must be made to all beneficiaries and a beneficiary is not permitted to contribute personal funds to equalize the distribution to qualify for an exclusion from property tax reassessment. An application must also be properly filed in a appropriate amount of time to be eligible for a Proposition 58 exclusion from property tax reassessment. When done properly, the new owner’s taxes are calculated on the parents established Proposition 13 factored base year value, instead of the current market value.
California Proposition 58 Limitations
There are some limitations to Proposition 58. For instance, on non primary residences transfers of the first $1 million of real property. The $1 million exclusion applies separately to each eligible transferor. These transfers may be result of a sale, gift, or inheritance. A transfer via a trust also qualifies for this exclusion. Additionally, when applicable an equal distribution must be made to all beneficiaries and a beneficiary is not permitted to contribute personal funds to equalize a trust distribution. In the situation where fund are needed to make an equal distribution, a third party loan is required. That is where Commercial Loan Corporation can assist you by providing a bridge loan to the trust or estate. The Commercial Loan Corporation third party bridge loan provides enough cash to the trust or estate so that all parties can receive an equal portion of the trust or estate assets and enables one or more of the beneficiaries to receive the home as their portion of the distribution.
Additionally, Prop 58 defines a child as child born of the parent(s), a stepchild while the relationship of stepparent and stepchild exists, a son-in-law or daughter-in-law of the parent(s), and any adopted child who was adopted before the age of 18. Spouses of eligible children are also eligible until divorce or, if terminated by death, until the remarriage of the surviving spouse, stepparent, or parent-in-law. Information found at https://trustandestate.loans
California Proposition 193
California Proposition 193 grants the same rights to a grandchild as Proposition 58 grants to a child. An eligible “grandchild” for purposes of Proposition 193 is any child of parent(s) who qualify as child(ren) of the grandparents as of the date of transfer.
There are some additional requirements and exclusions for Proposition 58 and Proposition 193. Please call us at 877-464-1066 so that we can assist you.
Commercial Loan Corporation & Michael Wyatt Present Property Tax Issues In Trust And Estate Distributions – Call 877-464-1066 for additional information.
California Property Tax Issues Relating To Trusts & Estates
On Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 12:00 PM, Commercial Loan Corporation & Property Tax Specialist Michael Wyatt will be presenting Property Tax Issues In Trust And Estate Distributions For The Long Beach Bar Association, Probate Trust and Estate Planning Section. Along with Michael Wyatt, Kerry Smith the President of Commercial Loan Corporation will be discussing common issues to consider when dealing with property taxes, California Proposition 13 and California Proposition 58. The cost to attend is $10 of Long Beach Bar Association members and we encourage you to RSVP as soon as possible as seating is limited for this event.
If you have questions regarding a 3rd Party Loan to a Trust or Estate, please call Commercial Loan Corporation at 877-464-1066. Commercial Loan Corporation is a Professional Private Money Lender. We can assist you in making sure that you or your clients Trust or Estate loan transaction is a successful one. We specialize in providing mortgages to trust and estates so that an even distribution can be made and a beneficiary or heir can take advantage of California Proposition 58 and receive an exclusion for property tax reassessment. Doing so allows a child to retain a parents low Proposition 13 tax rate on a transferred property.
To RSVP for this event, please call 562-988-6444 or visit The Long Beach Bar Association website at www.longbeachbar.org
The Property Tax Issues In Trust and Estate Distributions seminar fulfills 1 Hour of MCLE credit.