How do You Get Real Estate Professional Status? 

Real estate professional status refers to individuals who have met certain criteria set by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and are able to treat their real estate activities as a business for tax purposes. This means that they are able to claim business expenses, such as travel and marketing costs, as tax deductions.

To qualify for real estate professional status, individuals must meet certain time requirements, including:

In addition, real estate professionals must also meet certain material participation requirements, which means that they must be actively involved in the management and operation of their real estate business.

Having real estate professional status has several tax benefits, including the ability to claim business losses on personal tax returns and potentially avoid the self-employment tax. However, it also comes with increased tax reporting requirements and the need to maintain accurate records of all real estate activities.

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