How Land Trusts Will Protect Your Business, with Lou Brown
Real Estate investors in all fifty states across Canada and fifteen foreign countries including as far away as Australia and New Zealand have long regarded the training, systems, and forms created by Louis Brown as the best in the industry.
Quoted as an expert by many publications and authors, “Lou” draws from a wide and varied background as a real estate investor having been buying property since 1976. He’s invested in single-family homes, apartments, hotels, developed subdivisions and built and renovated homes and apartments. Each of these experiences has given him a proving ground for the most cutting-edge concepts in real estate today.
He’s widely known as a creative financing genius with his deal structuring concepts. Being a teacher at heart he enjoys sharing his discoveries with others.
He has served the industry in many volunteer positions such as past President and designated lifetime member of the Georgia Real Estate Investors Association, the world’s largest real estate investor group. He is also founding President of the National Real Estate Investors Association, which serves as the umbrella association of local investor groups.
Husband, Father, Author, Lecturer, Inventor, Investor, Builder, Designer, and Real Estate Expert are all descriptions of this exciting trainer.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
- How Lou served as the president of organizations like the National Real Estate Investor Association
- How technology has evolved Lou’s real estate business and created many exciting new opportunities
- Why land trusts can be a crucial component in protecting you from a litigious real estate environment
- How land trusts work, what their asset protection implications are, and why they are an inexpensive but critical investment
- Why a trust can avoid the difficulties and risks inherent in designating heirs for your assets through a will
- Why each of your properties should be held within its own separate trust to protect each property from judgments against other properties
- How a trust allows ownership of a property to transfer to a beneficiary while the liability of the property stays with the trust
- Why Lou first got involved in trusts by buying his first house at 18 years old
- How Lou’s land trust course came to be, through setting up his own land trusts with his wife
- Where to go to access Lou’s information on land trusts and personal property trusts at a discount