Articles / Tax Deferral & Mitigation Strategies / 1031 Exchange

Taxes are what we refer to as ''guaranteed losses'' and we attempt to defer or eliminate them wherever it is possible. This section covers the primary ways in which an investor can legally defer or mitigate their taxes on income and capital gains.


1031 Exchange Property Identification Rules

In order to successfully defer capital gains taxes using a 1031 exchange, an investor must identify potential replacement properties, in writing, by midnight of the 45th calendar day after the close of escrow on the relinquished property. If the IRS...

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1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary

To avoiding taking constructive receipt of the proceeds during a 1031 exchange, it is imperative that an investor have a Qualified Intermediary ("QI") hold the capital after the sale of the relinquished property.

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1031 Exchange Property Identification Rules

In order to successfully defer capital gains taxes using a 1031 exchange, an investor must identify potential replacement properties, in writing, by midnight of the 45th calendar day after the close of escrow on the relinquished property. If the IRS...

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Illustrated 1031 Exchange Guide

We are proud to announce the launch of our new illustrated 1031 exchange guide! In this article we will walk you through each section of our new 1031 guide step by step.

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3 Tactics for Preventing a Failed 1031 Exchange

A 1031 exchange allows real estate investors to legally defer capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes on the sale of investment property by reinvesting the net proceeds of a sale according to certain rules. If these rules are not strictly...

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1031 Exchange Property Identification Rules

In order to successfully defer capital gains taxes using a 1031 exchange, an investor must identify potential replacement properties, in writing, by midnight of the 45th calendar day after the close of escrow on the relinquished property. If the IRS...

Read More

1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary

To avoiding taking constructive receipt of the proceeds during a 1031 exchange, it is imperative that an investor have a Qualified Intermediary ("QI") hold the capital after the sale of the relinquished property.

Read More

1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary

To avoiding taking constructive receipt of the proceeds during a 1031 exchange, it is imperative that an investor have a Qualified Intermediary ("QI") hold the capital after the sale of the relinquished property.

Read More

1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary

To avoiding taking constructive receipt of the proceeds during a 1031 exchange, it is imperative that an investor have a Qualified Intermediary ("QI") hold the capital after the sale of the relinquished property.

Read More


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