Donate Property to Charity is an Option for Anyone, not Just the Rich

Southfield, MI (PressExposure) January 13, 2010 -- Donate property to charity if you need to get rid of an unwanted, financial burden while helping a charity. Michael Schoen of Donating Real Estate works with individuals, charities and small corporations to assist them with the property donation process. “A lot of people think that donating property is for the rich; this simply is not true,” said Schoen. “For may people and companies, it’s about being able to rid themselves of unwanted real estate, property taxes, insurance and liability exposure.”

There are many great reasons people donate property to charity. According to Michael Schoen, people have been motivated to donate property for reasons including substantial tax deductions, freedom from unwanted property holdings, quick turnaround on real estate assets, efficient liquidation of corporate real estate, and ultimately, the ideal way to give a generous gift to a favorite charity.

Michael works with homeowners, real estate investors, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and any entity that wants to donate property. He also works with the charity to assist them in handling the unique donation of property. Learn more about donating property at []

Donating Real Estate is the real estate solution for charities and donors. They are recognized as premier real estate consultants by investors, donors and charities nationwide. Learn more at

Contact: Michael Schoen 20700 Civic Center Drive; Ste 170 Southfield, MI 48076 Call 248-757-1713 Email:

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Property donation is proven time and again as the best alternative to selling, due to the quick liquidation of assets, numerous tax breaks, and opportunity to benefit charitable foundations. Everyday, more people are discovering the ease of donating property through Donating Real Estate.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 13, 2010 at 4:17 am
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