In the midst of a relentless Pandemic, causing untold economic carnage, unemployment and financial damage to middle class Californians, it would be advisable for the state to provide middle income and working class residents with the ability to not only make more money, if that were to be possible, but to be able to spend less.
One proposed solution to accomplish this – proposed by respected real estate analysts and property tax consultants – would be expanded property tax relief; despite certain limitations and obstructions from special-interest groups and changes to Proposition 58. Proposition 19 property tax breaks should most likely be strengthened in favor of property owners, with a robust initiative led by the Governor – rather than an unhelpful deferred property tax payment plan, such as he has already suggested.
Forward thinking tax consultants such as property tax consultants, have proposed property tax breaks that save homeowners, commercial property owners, and beneficiaries inheriting property more money from property tax breaks than are currently in place.
Well known Trust and Estate Lender Commercial Loan Corp, furnish trust beneficiaries with irrevocable trust loans, working in conjunction with Proposition 19 benefits, can establish a low Proposition 13 property tax base for homeowners, and save inheritors thousands of dollars every year in property taxes.
These property tax reduction measures – as long as homeowners make good use of them and keep inherited property, or allow other siblings or co-beneficiaries to buyout their shares of inherited property through a trust loan working with Prop 58 tax breaks – will avoid property tax reassessment. This process will, in fact, create a low property tax base for the singular owner or owners of this shared inherited property. And there indeed is one solution to enable homeowners to spend less.
This helps middle class property owners and working families to not only spend less, but also to retain more cash in their bank and investment accounts. Most importantly, this type of trust loan financing also helps trustees and beneficiaries resolve disputes over assessor stated property values – as well as resolving often heated conflicts over whether they should sell to an outside buyer, or profit more by allowing a co-beneficiary to buyout their property shares while avoiding property tax reassessment of this family property altogether. As realtors call it, “transfer of property between siblings” or “sibling to sibling property transfer” – lending money to an irrevocable trust, for trust loan financing – can resolve various squabbles and infra-family problems between estate heirs and trust beneficiaries.
Noted originator of trust loan financing, Commercial Loan Corp President Kerry Smith; and other outspoken supporters of property tax breaks for the middle classes, such as Property Tax Relief Consultants, Jon Coupal, President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers’ Association; and Paramount Property Tax Appeal President Wes Nichols, have all stated, repeatedly, that Proposition 13 and Prop 58 should be better protected and expanded; That Proposition 19 should be expanded to better serve homeowners; and at the same time strengthened in the courts so Amendments that can potentially wipe out property tax breaks like Proposition 58 for example, in a single vote, will be impossible to advance without a great deal of trouble and expense.
California, since 1978, is the only state where you can avoid property tax reassessment at current rates; but the state does need to better protect, not water down, residents’ property tax relief options; to keep parents property taxes… and to transfer parents property taxes as well as inheriting property taxes at a low base rate for even a secondary inherited property.
Avoiding property tax reassessment is a crucial tax relief element, and therefore should be better protected, for new homeowners and beneficiaries inheriting a home and/or buying out a sibling’s share of inherited property the transfer of property between siblings, sibling to sibling property transfer, the right to transfer parents property taxes when inheriting property taxes – so beneficiaries can keep parents property taxes at its’ original low base rate… which applies to every property tax transfer, meaning every parent to child transfer and family parent to child exclusion.
Helpful information on Proposition 13 & Prop 58 as well as property tax appeals and property tax reduction solutions can be found at niche Websites like the CA State Board of Equalization and here at Property Tax News. Or look carefully at various sections and articles at Loan to a Trust or at detailed, more sophisticated trust loan info-websites. Every property owner should know what’s involved with inheriting property taxes at a low rate, or a beneficiary buyout of sibling property shares, or “transfer of property between siblings” – with new, revised Proposition 19 basic property tax relief opportunities that are available to Californians, come rain or shine.
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