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Kimberly Taylor The best way is to have your client discuss it with a real estate attorney.
Ask an attorney.
Consult a real estate attorney and be honest!
By talking to a real estate attorney.
Roy Kelley nailed this one!
Consulting a real estate attorney.
See a real estate attorney or title attorney.
Only you can answer that one, need to learn the laws and decide what fits your situation.
That is completely up to the buyer. If they have questions or concerns they should speak with an attorney.
Check with CPA and title attorney
Depends on your personal situation
Different situations demand different forms of ownership; I would suggest consulting with a tax attorney or one's financial planner.
A consultation with a real estate attorney and tax accountant.
An attorney is the best one to talk to about this.
See my previous answers to this question when posed previously by other AR members.
ask the title attorney
To consult with one's tax guy and legal guy.
Kimberly Taylor - share it with your clients and let them decide what is best for them.
Speak with an attorney.
That would be discussed with escrow agent
Ask your CPA
Each choice has its own dynamics that need to be explored before hand with a CPA or Attorney as consequences usually service in those two realms
By consulting an attorney.
the only way to choose a form of ownership is with the guidance of a real estate attorney....
One's situation, objectives and the law of the land will dictate the best form of ownership.