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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. Although the basic steps of a 1031 Exchange are simple, the overall process can be complex due to the various factors involved.

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 gains reinvested.

What is a Qualified Intermediary & 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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It’s never too soon to begin identifying your replacement property. 45-days seems like a long time prior to close of escrow to identify a replacement property. However, many times it’s not enough time for full due-diligence to meet the identification date.

Register today to view the current portfolio of available 1031 exchange replacement properties.

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You have questions,

we have answers.

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. Although the basic steps of a 1031 Exchange are simple, the overall process can be complex due to the various factors involved.

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 gains reinvested.

What is a Qualified Intermediary & 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.

View Our Current Offerings

It’s never too soon to begin identifying your replacement property. 45-days seems like a long time prior to close of escrow to identify a replacement property. However, many times it’s not enough time for full due-diligence to meet the identification date.

Register today to view the current portfolio of available 1031 exchange replacement properties.

You have questions,

we have answers.

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. Although the basic steps of a 1031 Exchange are simple, the overall process can be complex due to the various factors involved.

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 gains reinvested.

What is a Qualified Intermediary & 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.

View Our Current Offerings

It’s never too soon to begin identifying your replacement property. 45-days seems like a long time prior to close of escrow to identify a replacement property. However, many times it’s not enough time for full due-diligence to meet the identification date.

Register today to view the current portfolio of available 1031 exchange replacement properties.

Are you currently in your 45 days?

Let’s Talk.

Are you currently in your 45 days?

Let’s Talk.

Real Life Stories

What We've Learned Along the Way

Atlanta Couple Discovers the Delaware Statutory Trust

Paul and Carol

Too Expensive to Invest in California Real Estate? Try Another Approach.

"Paul and Carol moved to the San Francisco Bay Area after selling their investment property in Atlanta, GA. Knowing that the proceeds from that sale wouldn’t be enough to purchase a rental property in the Bay Area, they instead invested the proceeds in a DST portfolio with 21 properties over seven states that has the potential to generate more income than their previous property did. Now, they're happy to live in California and happy with the income from their diversified investment portfolio."

Investor Leaves Behind the Hassles of Property Management

Peggy

Nice Inheritance But No Desire to be a Property Manager.

“Peggy inherited $1.4M of southern California real estate a few years ago when her mother passed away. Peggy is now 79 and lives in San Jose, CA. Realizing she didn't have the energy or desire to manage the properties, she sold the properties in a 1031 Exchange. She made two DST purchases of diversified multi-family properties as replacement property; generating a potential income stream to supplement her other retirement income.”

Client Sells California Property and Invests in Necessity Retail in Dallas

Tom

Seasoned Investor Sells Property & Changes Course with New Investment

“Tom had been a long-term investor in Commercial Real Estate. When he sold his commercial building in Sacramento, he knew he wanted to reinvest the proceeds through a 1031 exchange so he could defer the capital gains tax. Tom wanted to invest in different types of properties. He identified and purchased equity in Delaware Statutory Trust; a portfolio of Triple-Net necessity retail consisting of 21 properties spread out over 8 different states. The potential annual income generated from this new investment will exceed what he earned on the sold commercial property.”
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The above instances are not direct testimonials from 1031 Exchange Site clients, but summarized examples by Canyon Pacific. The experiences of these customers, whose full names have not been disclosed in order to maintain customer anonymity, may not be representative of the experiences of other 1031 Exchange Site customers (or Concorde Investment Services, Inc.) and are no guarantee of future performance or success. Clients provided express permission for the use of these examples but were not compensated for such.

Real Life Stories

What We've Learned Along the Way

Atlanta Couple Discovers the Delaware Statutory Trust

Paul and Carol

Too Expensive to Invest in California Real Estate? Try Another Approach.

"Paul and Carol moved to the San Francisco Bay Area after selling their investment property in Atlanta, GA. Knowing that the proceeds from that sale wouldn’t be enough to purchase a rental property in the Bay Area, they instead invested the proceeds in a DST portfolio with 21 properties over seven states that has the potential to generate more income than their previous property did. Now, they're happy to live in California and happy with the income from their diversified investment portfolio.”

Investor Leaves Behind the Hassles of Property Management

Peggy

Nice Inheritance But No Desire to be a Property Manager.

“Peggy inherited $1.4M of southern California real estate a few years ago when her mother passed away. Peggy is now 79 and lives in San Jose, CA. Realizing she didn't have the energy or desire to manage the properties, she sold the properties in a 1031 Exchange. She made two DST purchases of diversified multi-family properties as replacement property; generating a potential income stream to supplement her other retirement income.”

Client Sells California Property and Invests in Necessity Retail in Dallas

Tom

Seasoned Investor Sells Property & Changes Course with New Investment

“Tom had been a long-term investor in Commercial Real Estate. When he sold his commercial building in Sacramento, he knew he wanted to reinvest the proceeds through a 1031 exchange so he could defer the capital gains tax. Tom wanted to invest in different types of properties. He identified and purchased equity in Delaware Statutory Trust; a portfolio of Triple-Net necessity retail consisting of 21 properties spread out over 8 different states. The potential annual income generated from this new investment will exceed what he earned on the sold commercial property.”

The above instances are not direct testimonials from 1031 Exchange Site clients, but summarized examples by Canyon Pacific. The experiences of these customers, whose full names have not been disclosed in order to maintain customer anonymity, may not be representative of the experiences of other 1031 Exchange Site customers (or Concorde Investment Services, Inc.) and are no guarantee of future performance or success. Clients provided express permission for the use of these examples but were not compensated for such.

Lessons from the trenches

Lessons from the trenches

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