How to Hold Title to a Residential Rental Property

The following is a clip from a presentation that attorney, Jim Clark made to the East Coast Real Estate Investors Association (“ECREIA”) in March, 2019 entitled: “Landlord Advocacy: The Legalities of the Residential Buy & Hold Model on Long Island.” Mr. Clark will be leading a follow-up discussion on these topics, and specifically how they’ve… Continue Reading



Landlord & Investor Q&A Presented by Attorney Jim Clark for April 2019

Making Offers That Get Accepted In this segment Jim Clark answers the most popular questions that come up through his interactions with landlords and real estate investors through his presentations to local organizations, networking, one on one conversations as well as direct posting through his web site and social media. This month Jim Clark devotes… Continue Reading



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Landlord & Investor Q&A Presented by Attorney Jim Clark for March 2019

In this segment Jim Clark answers the most popular questions that come up through his interactions with landlords and real estate investors through his presentations to local organizations, networking, one on one conversations as well as direct posting through his web site and social media. This month the following questions are addressed: Are mortgage brokers… Continue Reading



Clarks Laws Q&A February 19

Landlord & Investor Q&A Presented by Attorney Jim Clark for February 2019

In this segment Jim Clark answers the most popular questions that come up through his interactions with landlords and real estate investors through his presentations to local organizations, networking, one on one conversations as well as direct posting through his web site and social media. This month the following questions are addressed: Getting started as… Continue Reading



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Asset Protection for Landlords

If you have nothing, then you have nothing to lose. Landlords on the other hand, have a lot to lose. Run of the mill asset protection planning doesn’t cut it for landlords. In my experience, generic asset planning falls short either in the way it constricts a successful real estate operation, or in the way… Continue Reading