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5 Ways To Hold Real Estate Title: Today w/Trusted Advisor Linda MacKay

5 Ways To Hold Real Estate Title: Today w/Trusted Advisor Linda MacKay

Most of you know that our team is rooted in the world of home financing and real estate transactions. Every day we work with clients to answer a number of questions related to the market, current rates, relevant programs and loan terms. There is one BIG question that comes up daily that we cannot answer, as this is one of the most important legal decisions you will make in the course of your transaction: how to hold title. We always advise our clients to consult with an attorney, and that is where Trusted Advisor Linda MacKay  joins the party! As Owner of LJM Legal with a commitment to complete estate planning services, Linda will be on Real Estate Radio LIVE for an entire hour today from 3-4pm PST, returning with a great topic and a refreshing perspective! Join Joe & Linda today at 3pm PST on AM 1220 KDOW, or listen streaming online at

Wondering why real estate vesting options are so important? Linda will guide us through the unique legal, tax and ownership implications for each type of title. Be prepared for the pros and cons of these 5 ways to hold real estate property:

1.Tenants In Common

2. Joint Tenancy

3. Community Property With Rights Of Survivorship

4. Blended Title

5. Revocable Living Trust

Linda will also address the older title formatting of “community property” or “husband & wife”, and what corrections may be needed to protect your best interests. It’s a highly informative and in-depth topic, so be sure to tune in and join the discussion. Dial 1.800.516.1220 during the show ~ and turn that dial to AM 1220 KDOW from 3-4pm PST.

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MEET Linda MacKay, plus attorney Anita Steburg on Tuesday, September 1st as the featured expert guests at our NEXT Real Estate Radio LIVE Community event. RSVP Today: CLICK HERE

Attorney Linda MacKay | LJM Legal

Attorney Linda MacKay | LJM Legal



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