Is it OK To let your Bank pay your Real Estate Taxes and Insurance?

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Mentorship Monday works like this. You email your questions to HelpMe@DeRosaGroup.com, and we will answer them right here on the YouTube channel for you and everyone else to learn from.

Today’s question comes from Todd. Thanks for your question! Here’s his question in his own words:

Hey Matt!
Your channel is awesome! Thank you for doing the mentorship videos on
youtube!

I bought an out of state duplex because prices in my area are way too
high. My plan is to double my portfolio of “buy and hold” properties
every couple years depending on the market. My question is, should I
opt for an impound account from my lender when I buy rental properties?

I know you preach LLCs when buying rental properties but I feel like I
need a more step by step guide to LLCs, especially for the tax
implications of forming an LLC!

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