Posts Tagged ‘US’

Real Estate Investing in the United States: Accounting and Tax issues

Posted on: November 14th, 2011 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

We are often asked about the main issues that Canadians should consider when investing in the United States. We had the good fortune of presenting some of these issues to a group of investors in Ottawa at the monthly OREIO (Ottawa Real Estate Investors Organization) meeting. The presentation covers: Structure Liability Withholding taxes Income, capital gains and […]

Buying a US property? LLP one form of ownership

Posted on: June 27th, 2011 by Peter Cuttini 1 Comment

Over the past few years, we have been seeing more U.S. properties being purchased by Canadians using a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) structure. The LLP structure can be used to minimize legal liability risks, while allowing preferential tax treatment of a flow-through entity to the individual partners. The partnership must file a 1065 U.S. Return of Partnership […]

Investing in the US: Who should own your property?

Posted on: February 15th, 2011 by Dube & Cuttini No Comments

George Dube and Peter Cuttini discuss the different ownership options when investing in the U.S. to maximize tax savings and asset protection Due to the severe recession that has gripped the United States economy and the subsequent reduction in housing values; a number of Canadians are now investing in U.S. real estate as second homes or investment […]

Canadians investing in US real estate

Posted on: February 3rd, 2011 by Peter Cuttini No Comments

The Canadian Real Estate Investors Club (CREIC) recently invited George and I (Peter) to discuss tax implications and business structuring options for Canadian real estate investors who are buying properties in the United States. We helped dispel many of the myths about investing in the US, including the unfortunate use of LLCs (limited liability companies) by Canadian investors. While […]