A corporation is a structured legal entity that consists of a group of persons known as shareholders. Investments are high in this type because investors are attracted to the built-in stock structure. This type stays on the market for years until the stockholders decide to split up or merge with other corporations. However, starting a corporation requires a lot of money. Proper corporate formalities should also be followed in order for it to be recognized as a corporation. A huge amount of paperwork is also expected in this type, in the start-up phase and every year of business. This includes reports, bank accounts, financial statements, and records that should be updated from time to time.
In a partnership, partners are generally liable for one another. Though with taxes, an individual may be taxed in terms of his individual level. Administrative and compliance costs incurred through partnership include legal, partnership agreements, accounting, and tax.
Trusts in some cases may be similar to a corporation; however, unlike a corporation, trusts are not held liable to capital taxes. And in case of losses, it remains within the trust and can not be flowed out to the beneficiaries.
When you know what type of management to consider, set your priorities on whether it will be land, apartment buildings, or rental apartments.
Buying a plot of land, like a broker, would be a good investment but one has to wait a long time for the value of the property to go up. However, you could get it for a lower cost to start.
For rental apartments, it would be a fairly easy start and provide a long term return on investment, but would require waiting for the pay-offs.