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Hello this is Deirdre browning Sullivan AG or Maryland DC and Virginia and today we're going to talk about Maryland transactions where the seller is a non-resident in state of Maryland if your seller is a non-resident we're the title company required to take additional tax withholdings and send it to the state of Maryland if the seller is an individual we are required to take 7.5% of the proceeds and send it to Maryland if the seller is an entity in LLC or corporation we are required to take 8.25% of the proceeds and send it to the state of Maryland there are some exceptions some of the bigger exceptions are if for example your entity has registered in the state of Maryland to do business more than 90 days before the sell then we do not need to take that withholding if your individual there is a form you can fill out and send to the office of tax in revenue and some of the major exceptions on that form that you may be able to qualify for is maybe you're selling the plopping you're not getting any proceeds back there's zero you need to come to the table with money well and we'll say that and we don't need to take the withholding or maybe you lived in the property or principal residence you moved out recently purchase another property and now you're selling this one and in that case you would just need to show Merlin that you actually had lived in the property into principal residence for two of the last five years you actually paid personal property taxes there at using that address once you fill this exception form out and send it to the office of tax and revenue there's a space in there where you can writing your title company and they will actually send us a certificate showing that we no longer are required to withhold the funds one of the questions that comes up more recently or often is what if there's two owners one of the resident was a non-resident so in that case we only take the withholding on a percentage of the proceeds that the non-resident would have gotten we have more title related questions please feel free to reach out to me at closer decom thank you.

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I am a F-1 international student on OPT. I recently sublet my rental apartment for 2 days on AirBnB. IRS website says that you do not have to report rental income upto 14 days. So does that even apply for international students?
Update: Any international students considering renting their apartment or home via Airbnb or any similar site will want to speak to an immigration attorney first. In the meantime, I highly suggest you visit these two links: Is it legal for a F1-visa student to rent his/her apartment through sites such as Airbnb? Is it considered passive income?User-13575218621724130352's answer to Can a Canadian TN visa holder host on AirBnB?---The short answer is no, you do not need to report that income because you are currently under the 14 day limit, and I believe that rule applies to you just like any other person with a Social Security Number. However, if later this year you happen to rent the apartment again for a total of 13 days or more, you will need to report that income.To do that, you must fill out form W-8ECI, submit it to Airbnb, and then Airbnb will complete and send you form 1042-S. You will then need to submit that form, 1042-S, to the IRS (see instructions here).This is because the IRS page on Tax Liability of Foreign Students says that tax exemptions do not apply "to employment not allowed by USCIS or to employment not closely connected to the purpose for which the visa was issued." I would say that being an Airbnb host fits into that category.For more details on filing taxes as an Airbnb host, visit their page How do taxes work for hosts? Please keep in mind that I am not a legal or financial professional, and my answer to your question does not constitute solicitation or provision of legal advice. If you have further questions, I suggest you contact your school's DSO and a local tax/legal professional.I wish you all the best!
Which ITR form should an NRI fill out for AY 2018–2021 if there are two rental incomes in India other than that from interests?
Choosing Correct Income Tax form is the important aspect of filling Income tax return.Lets us discuss it one by one.ITR -1 —‡ Mainly used for salary income , other source income, one house property income ( upto Rs. 50 Lakhs ) for Individual Resident Assessees only.ITR-2 —- For Salary Income , Other source income ( exceeding Rs. 50 lakhs) house property income from more than one house and Capital Gains / Loss Income for Individual Resident or Non- Resident Assessees and HUF Assessees only.ITR 3‡ Income from Business or profession Together with any other income such as Salary Income, Other sources, Capital Gains , House property ( Business/ Profession income is must for filling this form) . For individual and HUF Assessees OnlySo in case NRI Assessees having rental income from two house property , then ITR need to be filed in Form ITR 2.For Detail understanding please refer to my video link.
How many apartments did you need to lease out to live off rental income?
The factors on this are pretty large.They come down to how much money gets thrown off per unit.For most desirable locations in California, it’s impossible to rent the unit for more than upkeep, plus some margin for disaster.For example, say I have a small house in the $550K range:650-700 Square foot1 BR, 1BAThe property tax on it per year is about $8K, because property tax is very high in California.Say I put 20% dow, leaving a balance of $395K on a mortgageA 30 year mortgage at 3.92% (just checked), gives a monthly payment of $1,868/monthSo $22,416/year to mortgageLet’s round down, that’s $30K/year outlay, not including maintenanceMinimum, I would need to charge $2,500/month rent, just to cover mortgage and government overheadI need 10% on top of that to cover the place potentially being vacant between rentals, that’s $2,750/monthI need another 15% of base rent to cover maintenance ‡ things like broken appliances, gardening, paint, and so on, that’s $3,150/monthNow that’s a little pricey‡ but it’s a standalone house, rather than an apartment, so that might just be doable.But it’s not throwing off anything for me to live on.What if I have other investments, and instead of taking a mortgage, which will eventually get paid down, I take a 1.9% loan against a line of credit?In that case, I (effectively) have an interest-only loan at $1,440/month, interest-only means I have no cash flow whatsoever.Further, this is going to tie up what I can and can’t do, as far as risk profile, when it comes to my other investments. That’s slightly painful, but maybe I can take it against the low risk portion of my portfolio.That gives me ($1,868 - $1,440) = $428/month positive cash flow. Or about $5,136/year total.But that’s only a 1.3% return on the $395K‡ for which I’m paying 1.9%. I’m running net $0.6% in the hole‡ I’m bleeding $2,370/year.In theory, I should be able to make 10% on that capital‡ 10% of $395K is $39,500.So net, I am facing an opportunity cost of ($39,500 + $2,370) = $41,870-.Now on the plus side, the low risk investments I have to take, instead of the higher yielding one, gets me ‡ let’s be generous: 5% on the $395K on which I took the line of credit. So I get 19,750+ back from that.So now I’m “only” losing $22,120-If I wanted the original $39,500 I would have gotten from investing in nearly anything but a rental house, I’d need to charge another $5,135/month in rent.On that 650-700 square foot property.And people wonder why rent is so high in California.No.You will not be living off renting single family homes in any “hot” areas in California, unless:You already own them outrightYou bought them before the costs went so high that your property taxes were through the roof because of the tax basis (the purchase price of the house)The only way you make a profit on this type of deal is as a long term investment, and the profit happens because of the price appreciation of the property, not because you are making any money as a landlord.That leaves multiple units.It’s possible to make a profit on a multiunit building in a hot market.At a minimum, probably 6 units, better if there are 8 units.Anything less than about 8, and if a major expense comes up: you’re bankrupt.And you have to live in one of them yourself, you don’t get to live elsewhere.Obviously, as others have pointed out, the answer is going to vary wildly, depending on the location.Pick your location, run the numbers.Before you buy someone out on a multiunit building, talk to a tax accountant, and you will likely want a forensic accountant to look at the books for the location as a whole.Because there are probably long term tenants you can’t charge more rent, even as the state of California claims the ground under their feet is now suddenly worth more, I assure you ‡ it isn’t.It’s worth what you can get out of it in cash flow, and that doesn’t go up, merely because the county (and in some cases city) is going to charge you more in property tax than the pervious owner.Good luck with your “retirement”!*(*) “Finger quotes” because if you are the on site manager, you will not be getting much sleep.
If you want to make a million won or two a month in passive income by renting out rental properties in South Korea, how much seed money do you need to buy the rental properties?
Hi there! Chel here from JS Investment & Development where we specialize in Korean real estate investments.It is a very late response, but! If you invested 4 years ago, now would be the time to sell the property at a higher price.Why?The South Korean government is quickly taking actions on rental properties since the housing cost for Koreans have risen too much while the demand is still there. The 8.2 policy for example now recommends homeowners to own only one property at a time by levying high tax rates.Also, the vacancy rate is slowly starting to increase overall in Korea since housing properties along with commercial properties are becoming a product of speculation.Meanwhile, the land real estate sector is flourishing with x2~x30 returns.Email me for more information on Korean real estate or Korea overall! ,)cwkim0100@gmail.com
How do you calculate how much rental income a building generates? Is there a way to break down the rental income per unit?
If you are privy to the records, then you want what is called a "rent roll" which will show you everything you are asking about.If you are not privy to the records, you can ethe income based upon the average rents per square foot for the area.  A commercial realtor can get that for you.   It will probably have three ranges of rents: "A" buildings, "B" buildings and "C" buildings.   You have to pick based on what the condition and location of the building is.  It's pretty obvious whether it's an "A"  building or not.   "C" buildings are also pretty easy to pick out.   "B" buildings are sometimes tricky to identify, since there may be several factors at play, such as location.  You can find out how many rentable square feet exist in the building by looking up the property tax records.   If only the gross square footage is revealed, then use 75 - 80% multiplier to get the rentable square footage.Remember that often landlords play games by renting below "market" and then making it up with bogus "CAM" ( common area maintenance) charges.  In the end, chances are that the landlord is getting close to the market rents for his property.
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