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1031 Property

According to the IRS, under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031, properties are considered to be of like-kind "if they are of the same nature or character, even if they differ in grade or quality." Both unimproved land and improved property qualify for exchanges.

What this means in practice is that an investor may exchange real estate among different asset classes--replacing, for example, a management-intensive apartment building with an NNN property that generates monthly cash flow with no hands-on involvement. Tenants-in-common properties are another way to generate cash without management hassles.

In other words, there are many ways to meet investment goals within the framework of a 1031 exchange. Although the most common type of exchange is a delayed exchange--in which one property is sold and then another one purchased within the statutory time limits, more complex transactions can also be structured. Reverse exchanges, multi-party exchanges, and construction exchanges can all be performed. Investors should check with their own legal and financial advisors as to the best type of transaction for their circumstances. All properly structured 1031 exchanges will confer the benefit of deferring capital gains tax liability.

The TM 1031 senior management team brings decades of experience in the real estate industry to our services in helping investors meet their goals through 1031 exchanges. In order to help you find the properties that fit your needs, we ask that you contact us so that we can understand your unique situation. Call us toll free at 1-877-4TM-1031 or send an email here

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