Do I Need an LLC for My Rental Property?

More specifically, do I need one LLC for each rental property, or one LLC for all of my properties?

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner discusses the importance of balance between your LLCs and rental properties.

"If you get one rental, get an . Now, maybe two and three rentals can go into one LLC . . . . As you start to get four, five, six, seven, 10 or 15 rentals, then maybe we add a second or a third LLC. Maybe even a holding company LLC to hold them all."

There are all sorts of options for your asset protection, but it all comes back to balance -- let your portfolio grow along with you.

Click play to see how proper financial preparation can save you from headaches later.

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