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1031 STARKER EXCHANGE  

1031 Starker Exchange

Like-kind real estate exchanges conducted pursuant to Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code are sometimes called Starker exchanges. The name Starker refers to a court decision made in the 1970s in which the court allowed a delayed exchange of property under Section 1031 rather than the simultaneous exchange that had been required before. Subsequent to the Starker decision, the time constraints on such delayed exchanges were made explicit by the IRS.

The attractiveness of like-kind exchanges is that the IRS generally does not recognize a gain or loss on them. Thus, if you an investment property within the United States and exchange it (within the time limits) for another investment property in the US, you are in effect delaying the payment of capital gains taxes. Deferring the payment of capital gains taxes can allow you to invest in more valuable property, thereby potentially increasing your wealth to a significant degree over the long term.

As a general rule, real properties are considered like-kind under Section 1031 even if they differ in type. For example, the exchange of raw land for rental properties can be considered a like-kind exchange if other IRS requirements are followed during the exchange. Thus, investors can use Section 1031 to diversify their investment property holdings.

TM 1031 Exchange specializes in matching clients to suitable properties so that they may take advantage of the benefits of 1031 exchanges. For more information, please browse our site and properties database, or call us at 1-877-4TM-1031. You may also contact us by email here info@tm1031exchange.com.

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