To protect your organization’s or family’s funds and avoid costly litigation, get a professional analysis of all assets before setting up limited partnerships, trusts and property partitions.
There are many ways to protect the assets of your company or family. For all of them, it is imperative that everyone involved understands and agrees upon the valuation of those assets. To help ensure you reach the goals of your group, begin with an accurate appraisal of your assets from Paramount Property Analysts.
Make Sure Your Limited Partnerships, Trusts and Property Partitions Are Using an Accurate Appraisal
Setting up a limited partnership or trust is an excellent way to limit taxes and other liabilities to help ensure your family or company is financially protected. Obtaining a thorough analysis of all assets is crucial to making accurate decisions.
When the data used to set up a limited partnership or trust is collected by an experienced General Certified Appraiser, you can rest assured that your decisions are based upon the most accurate information available. Our team includes three MAI Designated appraisers who are held to the highest standards and undergo continuous training and professional development.
Make Sure Your Property Partitions Are Using an Accurate Appraisal
Setting up a fairly-distributed property partition requires all parties agree to the valuation of the assets. If there is any doubt as to the worth of any part of the property, it can lead to costly litigation and delays. Be sure to avoid the costs of uncertainly by hiring a team of General Certified Appraisers and MAI Designated professionals.
The Paramount team provides our clients with thorough and substantiated appraisals, ensuring all documents are detailed and correct. With an appraisal of assets from Paramount Property Analysts, you can be sure that all relevant factors have been carefully taken into consideration.
Know What Your Assets Are Worth
If your limited partnership, trust or property partition covers the ownership and/or profits produced by commercial, multi-residential or rural properties, it pays to have an accurate valuation in hand. Knowing the true value of these assets is vital to setting up a profitable and fair division among partners, members or beneficiaries.
Legal professionals who assist in setting up partnerships, trusts or property partitions know that an accurate valuation is a vital first step. Having the current value of real estate or other assets appraised by a state Certified General Appraiser helps to eliminate uncertainty and protect your interests.
Call Paramount Property Analysts for Professional Appraisal Services
The team of experienced appraisers at Paramount includes MAI Designated professionals who know the importance of a thorough valuation when creating a limited partnership, trust or partition. Call us at any of our six locations throughout Texas and make an appointment today.