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What is a 1031 Exchange?

A 1031 Exchange is a transaction in which a taxpayer can sell one property and buy another without a tax consequence. The steps are really that simple but the process can be complex.

Section 1031 of the IRS tax code allows a taxpayer to take up to 100% of the sale proceeds from the sale of any investment property and purchase another investment property while deferring the tax on the capital gain.

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What is a Qualified Intermediary and why do you need one?

Also known as an Accommodator or a Facilitator; the Qualified Intermediary (QI) is the Intermediary who receives the sale proceeds upon close-of-escrow (COE) of each sold property.

The Escrow/Title company closes escrow and sends the funds directly to the QI to hold during the 45-day identification period.

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The Essential Guide to a 1031 Exchange

The Top 11 Misconceptions about

1031 EXCHANGES

Learn why exchanges:

  • Are not just for big investors
  • Needn’t be complicated
  • Can be used to diversify investments
  • Allow for a variety of ‘like-kind’ properties
  • And more . . .
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