Real Estate Investing
Expert William Bronchick
Best-Selling Real Estate Author, Attorney, Investor & Mentor
The professional view of your business model from the outside in and from a different perspective will undoubtedly give you an edge over your competition and help you overcome the big learning curve.
Real estate investing is one of the safe and legal ways that anyone who has a “want to” and act on it can have a proven vehicle that would provide him with the desired wealth streams.
Real Estate Law
Attorney William Bronchick is a nationally-recognized expert on Real Estate transactions, as well as Land Trusts, Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Entity Formation and Self-Directed IRA.
Host of Legalwiz.com is a nationally-known attorney, author, entrepreneur, and public speaker.
Mr. William Bronchick has been practicing law and investing in real estate since the early 90’s, having been involved thousands of real estate transactions. He has trained countless people all over the Country to become financially successful, speaking to audiences of as many as 16,000 at mega-events, sharing the stage with names like Rudy Guliani, Steve Forbes, and Colin Powell.
His best-selling book, “Flipping Properties”, was named one of the ten best real estate books of the year by the Chicago Tribune. William Bronchick is also the author of the highly acclaimed books, “Financing Secrets of a Millionaire Real Estate Investor”,”Wealth Protection Secrets of a Millionaire Real Estate Investor”, “Defensive Real Estate Investing” and his latest work, “How to Sell a House Fast in a Slow Real Estate Market”.
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by Attorney William Bronchick Should I use cash or credit? ARM loan or fixed rate? Ten percent down or twenty percent? Should I pay down debt or keep a cash reserve? These are all good questions, and here are some of the answers… Cash vs. Credit: The Concept of...
by Attorney William Bronchick Many investors are generally familiar with the concepts lease option and contract for deed (aka “installment land contract”). Many investors confuse the two, and this article will help you understand the tax, legal, and practical issues...
By William Bronchick, Esq. Do you own real estate in your own name or an LLC? If so, you are a sitting duck for tenant lawsuits, the IRS and code enforcement. Whether you own in your own name or an LLC, the information is public about who’s behind the ownership...