The Section 1031 exchange is widely considered to be the last great wealth building tool available to investors. For investment or income property owners it remains an unsurpassed tool which drives equity growth, uniquely defers capital gain taxes and depreciation recapture, and overall builds value.
This comprehensive guide to 1031 exchanging will cover everything you need to know to be an informed Exchanger.explore
There are a handful of keys to 1031 exchanging which experienced Exchangers always heed. See them for yourself.explore
In a delayed exchange, the Relinquished Property is sold at Time 1, and after a delay of up to 180 days, the Replacement Property is acquired at Time 2.learn more
In a reverse exchange the Replacememt Property is acquired before the old property is sold. Reverse logistics are more complicated due to titling issues.learn more
In an improvement exchange, improvements are added to incraezse the value of the Replacement Property before it is transferred to the Exchanger.learn more