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IRS 1031 Exchange

The IRS 1031 exchange was developed in order to stimulate investment in commercial properties. A 1031 exchange allows an investor to defer the capital gains tax if he takes the money made from the sale of a property and reinvests it in another property. Properties reserved for these transfers are referred to as like kind properties, and they include an array of commercial real estate opportunities including office buildings, retail outlets, industrial parks, and more.

Utilizing the benefits of a 1031 exchange can help an investor build a diverse collection of holdings, and it can assist with both short and long-term investment goals. However, there are several requirements that must be met in order to complete a 1031 exchange. The IRS dictates that replacement properties must be identified within 45 days of closing on the first property, and the entire exchange process can take no more than 180 days.

At TM 1031 Exchange, you can use our property search to view thousands of 1031 properties. They come in all forms and price ranges, and many can't be found on other listing sites. Along with the search, we provide investors and brokers with the forms and tools that are necessary for a smooth transaction. We also keep clients informed of new properties as they hit the market.

Every investor has different means and different needs. The strategies we develop are appropriate for the specific investor. However, our services are free to the investor. Get started searching for 1031 exchange properties today by calling 1-877-4-TM1031 or emailing info@tm1031exchange.com to ask questions of our expert staff.

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