How can you avoid negative tax ramifications for the transfer of the title and loan of a property from parent to a child in California for a property that was purchased 4 years ago?

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Prop. 58 You need to file a Propositon 58 with the Assessor's office. This is an exclusion for reassessment when the transfer of the real property is between parent and child. To get the full exclusion you must file within 3 years of the tranfer/recoradation, otherwise the exclusion would begin with the current fiscal year.
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Will title insurance transfer with inherited property?

Yes, anyone who takes title by operation of law, inheritance for example, is an insured under the title policy. No. Title insurance is non-transferrable.. The coverage is only for the life of a loan (Mortgage Policy) or from conveyance to a new owner from the current owner (Owner Policy).. Even i ( Full Answer )

What are the tax ramifications of a Quit Claim Deed for the person receiving the property?

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How do you deduct property tax payments in the year you bought property?

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What is needed to transfer title on real property in Texas?

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Can you purchase property by paying back taxes?

Answer . In some cases, yes, you can, but it depends on whether the bank, county, state or whoever is selling it has other criteria on the purchase. Probably will be some fees along with the back taxes and don't forget, even though someone has "lost" their property because they haven't paid the ( Full Answer )

How much are your property taxes for one year?

Answer . Answer depends on where you live. No one answer fits all scenarios. Property taxes are based on "assessed values" of property i.e what your property is worth at a particular point in time compared to SIMILAR properties in your area that have SOLD within a 3 to 6 month period. Once you ( Full Answer )

Do you have to pay the taxes for the entire year on property purchased in October?

No, most of the time. The entity who pays real estate taxes which accrues to property, regardless of the ownership period, is generally established by agreement between the parties.. Most of the time, real estate, ad valorum taxes are pro-rated. That is, the taxes due, are divided by the length o ( Full Answer )

Can you get a construction to perm loan on a foreclosed property purchase that is not complete?

Well, you can apply for the loan and see what the lender needs from you to make it a viable project. You quite possibly would pay for an initial inspection to verify the quality of the earlier work that was done and the permits that were out on the job, hire a contractor unless you can verify your e ( Full Answer )

How much are property taxes in Vallejo California?

it depends on the price of the home you purchase. the less the appraised value is, the less you pay in taxes. the higher the more money spent on taxes. its safe to say about 1.25% of your home purchase price is due annually. for example a 169k home purchased would be 2112 bucks per year. payable in ( Full Answer )

What is the process to add a child to the title of the property?

I want to add my child to the title of our home. The home will be paid off in approx. five years. How do I go about doing this?. I want to add my child to the title of our home. The home will be paid off in approx. five years. How do I go about doing this?

How much is property tax in California?

The property tax in California can vary from year to year. However, to calculate the California property tax for one's home is quite simple. The tax can not exceed more than 1% of the home's value and can not increase more than 2% from the previous year.

If children are on title for a property along with a parent but are not owners are there any tax implications to that?

You are very confused.. If you add someone to the title of a property, by definition they become an owner of the property. If you don't want someone to become an owner of your property, do not add them to the title.. A few states (Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Montana, ( Full Answer )

How do you calculate California property tax?

Its all based on the city and county you live in. Contact the assessors office in your city and they will tell you exactly. You can reduce your tax assessed if your property value dropped in recent years. Do not over pay!

Husbands grandparents died 10 plus years ago his parents pay all property taxes who owns property?

That depends on whether the last surviving grandparent had a will. If the real estate was devised by will, the will must be probated in order for title to pass to the heirs legally. You can check the records of the probate court to determine if a will was probated for either grandparent. If there wa ( Full Answer )

Can transfer of property be a part of child support?

It may be used to reduce the child support amount, but support is a monthly obligation for the ongoing support of the child, and property only lasts short term. A year down the road she could go on welfare and they will than raise it.

Can a child have the rights to their parents' property if in jail?

Generally, being incarcerated does not take away a person's property rights. However, if there is a mortgage to pay, property taxes, insurance and utility bills, the property could be lost for non-payment. If you are dwelling in the property and paying for the upkeep and maintenance, then you should ( Full Answer )

How is property title transferred after probate is closed?

If the probate process has been completed and title is in the heirs they can execute a deed to a straw and then the straw can convey the property back to the heirs by deed and the heirs will become the record owners of the property. However, that process isn't necessary except in cases where the hei ( Full Answer )

How do you access California property titles?

You need to have a basic understanding of how to use public land records. Perform an online search using the county, state and "land records' to find the appropriate land records office for the jurisdiction where the property is located. Some offices make their records available online. Others don't ( Full Answer )

When is a title search not required for purchasing property?

A requirement for a title examination is usually triggered by financing. If the attorney who is representing the buyer must certify title to a lender then a title examination is required. However, any prudent buyer of real estate should have a comprehensive title examination performed to make certai ( Full Answer )

Can you get a loan to pay gift tax on property and use the same property as collateral?

If you have gifted the property, which obligates you to pay the gift tax, then you no longer HAVE it as collateral for any purpose, at least to the extent you have reduced its value through your gift. For instance, if you gift your child $15,000 worth of your house, the value of the remaining own ( Full Answer )

How hard it is to purchase a property with back taxes in lemoore California?

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How do you transfer the title to estate property into the names of the beneficiaries?

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I purchased my home 4 years ago. The property has a fence around it which is 2 feet into the neighbors property. Can a neighbor make you move a fence that was erected more than 21 years ago?

They could just remove the fence. It is on their property, which means it technically belongs to them. It is very likely that when it was originally erected it was put up by the person who's land it is on. Most fences are installed a foot or so inside the property line of the owner.

Is there implied warranty of title in all real property transfers?

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An owner died 20 years ago and the taxes on the property are currently being paid by a bank so how can you purchase the house?

If the taxes are being paid by a bank there must be an outstanding mortgage. You should contact an attorney who specializes in real estate and ask that they arrange to have the title examined. That will disclose any outstanding liens and the name of the bank that holds the mortgage. You can make an ( Full Answer )

Is there a tax on a loan from parent to child?

Loan proceeds are not taxable, if your parents loaned you money and then decided to forgive the debt that wouldn't be taxable either (it's a gift). If you are paying your parents interest on the loan that interest is taxable income to your parents.

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Can a purchase be made on a property with defective title?

If you need to borrow money to make the purchase the bank will require that the title defect be resolved before it loans purchase money. If you plan to pay cash there is nothing to stop you from purchasing land with a title defect. However, you will encounter problems if and when you try to sell. ( Full Answer )