Did you know that you can use real estate to further the health priorities you care about most?
A gift of real estate is an innovative way to make a big impact in the health of our community and the world. Your generosity can provide scholarship support, endow a faculty position, assist with the construction of new facilities or fund a critical program or research — whatever inspires you most.
Giving real estate can benefit you, too, by providing you with tax deductions and other financial advantages, like paying an income to you for life. You’ll be simplifying your financial portfolio — and making a gift that will change lives, right here in our community.
Would you like to learn more about making a gift of real estate? Please contact Mary Susan Wilson at UW Medicine Advancement at 206.221.6172 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest!
Do you own paid-off, appreciated residential or commercial real property that you no longer wish to maintain or manage? Making a gift of real estate could be the right option for you.
And depending on how you decide to make that gift, you may avoid immediate capital gains taxes on the transfer, generate income for yourself, receive a charitable income tax deduction and remove the asset from your taxable estate.
For the most updated information on making a gift of real estate, please see the UW’s online guide to real estate gifts. Topics covered include: