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Company Formation

Purchasing a property in the US doesn’t have to be difficult. Nonresident Investor makes it easy by opening a Limited Liability Company (LLC) for you.

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Company Formation

Company Formation

Tax & Legal Advising

Banking and Financing

Real Estate Investing

How Nonresident Investor Will Help You Form Your LLC

With the help of the Nonresident Investor team, all you’ll really have to do in order to become a founding member of your own LLC is give us the necessary details. Once you do that, we will complete the entire 3-step process of opening an LLC for you.

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Registered Agent

Basic Plan

A registered agent is a company, entity, or person that you’ve picked to handle all your business.

Basic Plan

Operating Agreement

Basic Plan

Nonresident Investor has prepared templates for Operating Agreements that will make this entire process easy for you.

Basic Plan

EIN

$300

An EIN is a 9-digit number that the IRS assigns to your business. This Federal Employer Identification Number is vital.

ITIN

$400

ITIN is a personal identification number that you’ll need in order to file all your taxes.

Save with a Plan!

Basic Plan

Ideal for individuals who are just getting started or looking to grow their portfolio.

$2,000

Company Registration & EIN ITIN Number

Consulting with Luka Malkovich

Registered Agent

Legal Documents Prep, Corporate Bylaws, Partnership Agreements, Operating Agreements

Bank Account Opening

Mailing Address

Includes 2 Team Members:

two members
Luka Malkovich (NRI Founder) and Accountant.

Step #1: Appointing a Registered Agent

Choosing a name for your LLC — Before anything else, you’ll need to pick a name for your business. When opening an LLC, you have to pick a name that isn’t being used already in your state.

Appointing a Registered Agent — A registered agent is a company, entity, or person that you’ve picked to handle all your business, legal, tax, and government correspondence. Your registered agent can be anywhere in the world (so you can list any address you want). 

Filing Articles of Incorporation — In order to structure your new company, you have to file the Articles of Incorporation. Each state has its own set of documents and rules regarding the Articles of Incorporation. Once filed, the state officials will review these documents and either grant the corporation status or deny it (if the paperwork was filed incorrectly).

Step #2: Preparing an Operating Agreement

The Operating Agreement lists members of the company, their investment shares, responsibilities, accounting duties, and dissolution details. If you’re starting a single-member LLC, you’ll sign the agreement for your LLC (a legal entity) as the sole owner. 

If, however, you’re opening a multi-member LLC, the process will be a bit more complicated. But don’t worry — the Nonresident Investor has prepared templates for Operating Agreements that will make this entire process easy for you.

Step #3: Getting an EIN

The final step that the Nonresident Investor team will do in order to set up your LLC is file for an EIN. An EIN is a 9-digit number that the IRS assigns to your business. This Federal Employer Identification Number is vital. Without it, you can’t really do anything since it’s the number you’ll use both when closing the deal and making the purchase, as well as on all federal tax forms.

If, however, you’re opening a multi-member LLC, the process will be a bit more complicated. But don’t worry — the Nonresident Investor has prepared templates for Operating Agreements that will make this entire process easy for you.

Step #4: Getting an ITIN

Although getting an EIN is the last step in your company formation journey, the Nonresident Investor team will also help you get your very own ITIN. ITIN is a personal identification number that you’ll need in order to file all your taxes. All foreign investors who aren’t eligible for a social security number have to have one. And thanks to Nonresident Investor, you can start the process of getting yours today!

If, however, you’re opening a multi-member LLC, the process will be a bit more complicated. But don’t worry — the Nonresident Investor has prepared templates for Operating Agreements that will make this entire process easy for you.

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Opening an LLC

The first step on your journey of owning US Real Estate is opening an LLC or a Limited Liability Company.

This particular business structure can incorporate multiple members (be they individuals or corporations) or be a single-member entity.

An LLC shields the owner from any actions the company makes — thus the name “limited liability.” So, you, a member of the company, won’t be held liable for any debts or liabilities of the LLC. This is especially important for everyone who plans to rent out their newly acquired US property. In the case of a lawsuit against your LLC, you won’t be held personally liable, and your assets will remain protected.

Some states are more LLC-friendly than others. Wyoming, Alaska, and Delaware offer the same levels of protection to single-member and multi-member LLCs, while states like Florida and New Hampshire don’t.

Why Opt for an LLC?

There are multiple benefits to buying US Real Estate with an LLC. Primarily, an LLC is a completely separate entity from you, the person who owns it. This protects you on multiple levels and gives you a huge advantage.

Limited Liability Protection

An LLC provides you with both legal protection and asset separation. Your personal assets are separated from the assets acquired under the LLC. That means that, in case of a lawsuit, your personal assets won’t be jeopardized.

Get in touch and let’s level up your investment portfolio.

You can reach us anytime via info@nonresidentinvestor.com

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