Real Estate and Personal Property
Your gift of real estate or personal property, such as jewelry, artwork, collections, and antiques, can benefit students in generations to come. Proceeds from the sale of the property can be designated for scholarships, equipment, curriculum enhancement, or other purposes. Giving real property can yield a substantial tax deduction.
Real estate is often
overlooked as a resource for charitable giving, but requires careful
planning to execute properly. Key considerations are assessing a
property's marketability and condition. A donor must secure a property
appraisal for tax purposes, and the Foundation may require an environmental
review of commercial and industrial properties. There will likely be
costs associated with completing the gift transaction, including legal,
title and other cA Foundation staff member will be pleased to work with you. Please
call the Foundation at
osts. Properties subject to a mortgage are generally not ideal for charitable gifts.
A Foundation staff member will be pleased to work with you. Please call the Foundation at(760) 744-1150 ext. 2733 or contact us at email@example.com