Florida has transfer fees here for any deed transfers.
Florida documentary tax stamp rates are the same in each county, with the exception of Miami-Dade. The rate is equal to 70 cents per $100 of the deed's consideration. For example if a property is purchased for $200,000, first divide the sales price by $100, then multiply by .70 for a total of $1,400 for documentary tax stamps. Miami-Dade's tax rate is 60 cents. It's customary for the seller of the property to pay for this tax in Florida. Typically, the real estate agent obtains a check for the amount from the seller before the deed is recorded. However, depending on terms of the sales contract, the buyer might cover the tax.
A few entities are exempt from paying stamp taxes in Florida. These include government agencies, state agencies, counties and municipalities. Additionally, no tax is charged if the deed is only being changed — such as adding a spouse as an owner. In addition to the stamp tax on deeds, it's also charged on mortgages. The rate implied for mortgage loan balances is 35 cents per $100. Typically the buyer pays this tax. The amount is generally included in the closing costs
These would be the only fees, only capital gains here when you sell the properties.But there is a fee here in Florida on each deed that gets filed and it is collected at time of recording.You can have this done by a local title company.They prepare deeds and file them and charge you for the deed filing fees and recording.
These aren't huge but it is a fee on the paper deed here and a cost of transferring them to the LLC.
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