What is a 1031 exchange in real estate?

Answer Real estate investors can use a 1031 exchange to trade one property for a similar type of property without paying capital gains taxes. Taxes are deferred until a sale is made without reinvesting in... Read More »

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Real Estate Equity Exchange Tax Laws?

Real estate equity exchanges (called 1031 exchanges) have some advantages per U.S. tax laws. These transactions, if consummated properly, create no taxable consequences for either party. Often used... Read More »

What is a 1031 property exchange?

Also known as a Like-Kind Exchange, 1031 property exchanges are named for the Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. 1031 exchanges permit real estate to be "replaced" with other qualifying real estat... Read More »

1031 Exchange Agreement?

Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows the exchange of investment or business property without payment of capital gains tax. It is most often used in the buying and selling of rental real... Read More »

What is a reverse 1031 exchange?

A reverse 1031 exchange is a real estate transaction where the sale of property is listed by a qualified intermediary as a commodity that can be traded for another commodity, but before the closing... Read More »