What is a real estate holding company?
A real estate holding company is a legal entity formed for the purpose of holding and managing real estate. Many real estate holding companies take the form of limited liability companies (LLCs).
Placing real estate in a real estate holding company has become common practice in North Carolina for owners of investment real estate property, such as rental property. This includes both residential and commercial property. Real estate investors often prefer LLCs because of the minimal formalities required and the flexibility of structuring ownership, equity, and management. Owning property as a real estate holding company can also offer estate planning benefits in certain contexts.
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