How To Become A Land Trust Landlord In Rural Areas

A Land Trust Landlord Owns Nothing But Controls Everything Imagine being a land trust landlord in rural areas, an individual or group buying land and building an apartment building using a CHURCH. Churches don’t pay property tax, which makes this a big plus. Also, no worries about probate or someone’s ownership interest in an LLC because the church would own everything. The residents would control the church. Sometimes when a business is denied permission to do certain things due to zoning, churches often get permission, which is another plus. Churches also can do just about any kind of business. As long as it relates to their mission, which could be broadly defined. You might want to have the function of running the church and be independent of whether tenants live there or not. Therefore, people can move out and still help run the church. Or, people can live there, but not…

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