Seller's Guide To 1031 Exchanges

Nov 13, 2019

There are different scenarios in which an exchange can work, for instance, a reverse exchange where an investor buys a property and then sells an existing property.

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1031 Exchange Guide

Nov 12, 2019

The general idea behind the 1031 exchange is based upon the presumption that, when a property owner reinvests the sale proceeds and retired debt into a like-kind property, his or her economic situation goes unchanged.

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1031 EXCHANGE/DST HYPOTHETICAL CASE STUDY

Nov 11, 2019

The information contained in this hypothetical case study is to be used only as a case study example for illustrative purposes. The information in this hypothetical case study is both factual and fictional. This hypothetical case study does not take into consideration other investment options for completing a 1031 exchange, including a Tenant-in-Common, or TIC. Please refer to the Key Assumptions & Disclosure below.

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What Is A Delaware Statutory Trust

Nov 10, 2019

A Delaware Statutory Trust, known as a DST, is a business trust created under Delaware law.1 On August 16, 2004, the Internal Revenue Service issued Revenue Ruling 2004-86 which permitted DSTs to qualify as replacement properties as part of an property owner’s 1031 exchange transaction.2

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1031 Exchange Guide: Tenants-In-Common & Delaware Statutory Trusts

Nov 07, 2019

Investors utilizing a 1031 exchange have multiple options for investing real estate sale proceeds. In this article, we will provide a summary review of two widely-used investment vehicles - Tenants-in-Common (TIC) and Delaware Statutory Trust (DST).

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