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What is a 1031 Exchange?
IRS §1031 allows investors to sell investment real estate and acquire replacement investment real estate while deferring all capital gains tax. A properly structured 1031 Exchange not only protects investors from hefty tax obligations, but also allows for more dramatic portfolio growth and increased return on investment, since 100% of the investor’s equity remains available for reinvestment. Read More
Benefits of a 1031 Exchange
RS §1031 is commonly referred to as the last available tax shelter for investment real estate. When a 1031 Exchange is completed, the seller preserves all capital appreciation by avoiding the tax liability of both state and federal capital gains and recaptured depreciation. The full amount of the seller’s capital appreciation can then be applied toward the acquisition of a new investment or business property.Read More
Types of 1031 Exchanges
When it comes to 1031 Exchanges, it is sometimes obvious which type is suitable for your situation. Other times, it can be confusing as to how – or even if – a property transaction can qualify as an exchange. A qualified intermediary with experience in all varieties of 1031 Exchanges can help you understand how best to structure your transaction to meet your specific objectives.Read More
Requirements of a 1031 Exchange
A 1031 Exchange can be a powerful tool to create additional wealth, as the investor keeps money that would ordinarily be paid in taxes. However, not every property transaction qualifies as a 1031 Exchange.Read More