Earlier this year, Erwin and I started considering investing outside our homeland, Canada.
Many Canadians, like us, are facing challenges like:
- Rising taxes: The new tax on foreign purchasers in Toronto, coupled with potential federal restrictions on Airbnb rentals, creates an uncertain environment for investors.
- New reporting requirements: The recent trust reporting rule adds another layer of
- complexity for property owners using trusts for legal and financial benefits.
- Limited rental income growth: Government restrictions on rental increases make it difficult to maximize your investment returns.
That is when we met Andrew Kim, who's the founder and CEO of Share, an asset management company that helps hardworking Americans and Canadians purchase single-family homes as an investment vehicle.
Imagine generating a substantial monthly income from U.S. real estate, without the UHT form, without trust reporting, without late-night phone calls on broken toilets!
With Share, you can focus on what truly matters, while enjoying the benefits of U.S. real estate ownership.
Investing in single-family homes in the U.S. can offer a robust rental portfolio, one that the Canadian market simply can't deliver.
Double taxation is a concern for Canadian investors.
But together, we can navigate those complexities. We'll identify opportunities to minimize your tax liabilities, ensuring you keep more of your hard-earned profits.
Because let’s face it...