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INVESTMENT PROPERTY TAX  

Investment Property Tax

Capital gains tax is applied to the money you make on top of the initial cost when you sell an investment property. Federal rates vary depending on the time period you’ve held the investment. In addition, State taxes normally apply as well as tax on the recapture of depreciation deducted while you have held the asset. Unfortunately, this can mean that investors end up paying the government a substantial portion of their investment profits.

At TM 1031 Exchange, we can help you avoid paying investment property tax by assisting in a 1031 tax deferred property transfer. When you relinquish your property, you must place the gain in a trust, which will be maintained by a qualified intermediary. In order to keep it from being subject to taxes, you must locate replacement properties and identify them to the IRS within 45 days of the initial closing on the first property.

Within 180 days, you must complete the exchange by closing escrow on a replacement property or properties. Essentially, you're taking the money that you've put in the trust and using it to reinvest in one (or more) of the replacement properties. If you don't identify replacement properties within 45 days of closing on the original property, if you don't complete the exchange within the allotted time, or if the exchange is disqualified for any other reason, the money in the trust will be subject to all appropriate capital gains property taxes.

We provide you with the best means possible to locate suitable replacement properties. We also ensure smooth and easy transactions. Call 1-877-4-TM1031 or send an email to info@tm1031exchange.com if you want to learn more about TM 1031 Exchange.

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