Using Real Estate to Create Retirement Income

Using Real Estate to Create Retirement Income

by Brandon Miller on Mar 29, 2022

Real Estate, Money, Property, Personal Finance




During this online event we discussed buying, selling, renting, the tax implications on both sides as well as what to do with property when legacy planning. Oh and the ins and outs of Props 13 and 19, because those have specific factors to consider when selling.
Brandon Miller, Brio’s founder, was joined by Kathy Crandall, a top producer with Better Homes and Garden Real Estate Reliance Partners for this talk and had the benefit of Kathy's 30 plus years of experience in the unique Bay Area market and the real-life examples she shared. 

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