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1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

The most important factor in a 1031 tax deferred exchange is finding the right replacement property within the 45-day identification period. At TM 1031 Exchange, we recommend that investors begin developing their criteria for replacement properties before entering into a contract to sell their existing properties. Investors should also carefully evaluate with their advisors whether an exchange is right for them.

For example, an exchange is not appropriate when one of the properties will or has been used as a personal residence. It's also not appropriate when the investor wants to recognize a capital loss, as recognition of capital losses is deferred under Section 1031 as well as recognition of capital gains.

If you determine that a 1031 tax deferred exchange is right for your circumstances, we urge you to contact us early in the process. Our experienced real estate professionals can help you develop investment strategies for replacement property acquisition. You can also use this website at any time to get brief summary information on a wide variety of replacement property options.

Once you've decided on a strategy, you will need to engage the services of a Qualified Intermediary (QI). (We provide a link in our 1031 Tool Kit to a QI locator.) You can then begin the process of selling the property you will relinquish. To speak to a TM 1031 Exchange representative about your investment options, please call 1-877-4TM-1031. You may also click on any property link or use our contact page to send us an email.

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