Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Posted by Gary Gorman
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1031 exchanges, at least as we know them today, have been around since 1991. Most people in the real estate industry have heard of them and seem to have a good working grasp of how they work, and what the requirements are. Occasionally we get calls from someone who has not heard of a 1031 exchange... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Posted by Kim Bucket
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What is a 1031 Exchange? People ask, “Why should I do a 1031 exchange?” I can answer this question in two words: "Financial Leveraging." By doing a 1031 exchange, the taxes you would have paid to the government are now working to earn you money. A 1031 exchange allows a... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Posted by Cody Walkup
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In simple terms, a 1031 exchange moves the gain from the sale of an old investment property into the purchase of a new investment property. By moving the gain into a new property, you defer paying tax on that gain into the future.For example, suppose Jane Doe sells her rental house for $200,... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Posted by Jim Sides
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1031 is a section of the tax code that allows you to sell your investment property (almost any property other than your personal residence), buy a new investment property and defer all of the capital gains taxes from the old property to the new one.This does three things for you:you don't... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Posted by Phil Ladd
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If you own business or investment property, you may be able to save thousands of dollars by exchanging your assets instead of selling them. A like-kind exchange under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 allows you to defer the taxes on capital gains by exchanging rather than selling. This tax... + continue reading

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1031 exchanges, at least as we know them today, have been around since 1991. Most people in the real estate industry have heard of them and seem to have a good working grasp of how they work, and what the requirements are. Occasionally we get calls from someone who has not heard of a 1031 exchange, or has no clue what the rules are. So now would... + continue reading

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If the buyer of your property wants you to carry financing on the sale, the owner carry note will be taxable in a 1031 exchange unless you read this article first. It explains how in... + continue reading

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1031 exchanges, at least as we know them today, have been around since 1991. Most people in the real estate industry have heard of them and seem to have a good working grasp of how they work, and... + continue reading

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Prior to 1986, taxpayers bought real estate for their tax losses as much as for their investment potential. I remember those days and it seemed that in many cases the investor was only... + continue reading