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If you are planning to dispose of income-producing or investment property and reinvest the proceeds, you may benefit from a 1031 real estate exchange (sometimes called a Starker exchange). 1031 real estate exchanges take place through Qualified Intermediaries and allow investors to defer capital gains taxes. In most cases, if the exchange is properly structured, no federal income taxes will be due upon disposition of the real property.

Let's say, for example, that you own land that you purchased for investment reasons. The land has appreciated in value but is producing no cash flow for you. You would like to sell it and replace it with an investment in multi-family rental property or commercial real estate that can generate income for you. If you sell the land following IRS 1031 guidelines so that the proceeds are held by a Qualified Intermediary, you will then be able to use the entire sale amount (including your gains) to purchase income-producing property without taking a tax hit.

TM 1031 Exchange offers a 1031 Tool Kit on our site to help familiarize you with the process. Review the 1031 Checklist to gain a sense of the steps and deadlines involved.

Our team of experienced real estate professionals has a great deal of combined expertise in the field of 1031 real estate exchanges. You can use our services for free to help you identify appropriate commercial properties to re-invest in within the IRS time constraints. For more details, or to register for our services call 1-877-4TM-1031 or send an email here

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