Support Twin Pines Housing


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Twin Pines Housing
226 Holiday Drive, Suite 20
White River Junction, VT 05001

Your generous gift helps provide stable homes for low-income members of the Upper Valley community. Thank you!

$150 helps create new housing and renovate existing properties, ensuring that low-income members of our community have a warm, welcoming home.

$75 helps fund Support and Services at Home (SASH). This program provides personalized, coordinated care to Vermont seniors and individuals with special needs, helping them live safely in their homes.

$25 helps provide supportive services, including food programs such as community gardens, summer “Lunch Friends”, food delivery by Willing Hands and the Vermont Food Bank, and more.

* all contributions support Twin Pines Housing’s general operations, including the areas noted.

3 Ways to Give Real Estate

1. Make an Outright Gift

A home, land, or rental property can simply be gifted to Twin Pines Housing. If you have owned it for more than a year, you will receive a charitable income tax deduction for its fair market value and avoid paying capital gains tax on the appreciation.

2. Create a Life Estate Agreement

A life estate agreement is a terrific way to gift your primary or vacation home to Twin Pines Housing and still enjoy it for your lifetime. You would continue to pay the maintenance, insurance, and taxes on the property just as you do now. Then, after your lifetime, we can put the house to use without the delays or expense of probate. A sizable charitable deduction is available when you establish a Life Estate Agreement, so you can enjoy the tax benefits today.

3. Sell Your Real Estate at a Bargain Price

Selling your real estate to Twin Pines Housing for a bargain price also offers many financial benefits. First, you will receive a charitable deduction for the discount below its fair market value.

And since some of the property’s appreciation stays with the gifted portion, your capital gain tax on the bargain price is reduced. In fact, many bargain sales are structured so the capital gains tax is completely offset by the tax value of the charitable deduction — a zero tax solution.

Bargain sales are a common way to use the power of tax planning to turn your real estate sale into a charitable gift larger than you may have thought possible.

Please contact us to learn how to plan a gift that meets your financial goals.

Andrew Winter, Executive Director
Phone: 802-291-7000