How to Get Started with a 1031 Exchange for Real Estate

Written by Posted On Wednesday, 28 August 2019 11:56

A 1031 Exchange is an IRS-authorized process where like-kind business or investment property is exchanged without immediate tax liability to the property owner (Exchangor).

While the 1031 Exchange is most commonly used for real estate transactions, other depreciable assets (office equipment, cars and aircrafts) and non-depreciable assets (some patents, software, and trademarks) may qualify for exchange as well! 

A 1031 Exchange gives the Exchangor the ability to keep all of the property’s equity for re-investment, allowing the Exchangor the opportunity to acquire a replacement property with better cash flow, less management, a more desirable location and other such investment goals...

So instead of facing taxes of a third or more on your gain with a sale of your investment property, put that money into a new investment with a 1031 exchange TODAY! And find out how below from Expert David Moore of Equity Advantage Inc. 

 

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David Moore

David Moore, CEO, founded Equity Advantage with his brother Tom in 1991, after a successful real estate investment career. David is a nationally recognized expert on 1031 exchanges and a former board member of the Federation of Exchange Accommodators. David is a Certified Exchange Specialist (CES).

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