WHAT IS A 1031 TAX-DEFERRED EXCHANGE?
If you own an investment property and are considering selling it, you should know about a 1031 tax-deferred exchange. Administered correctly, a 1031 tax-deferred exchange can be a powerful tool allowing you, the investor, to sell and buy like-kind property to defer capital gains tax while preserving the value of your property and hard-earned equity. A tax-deferred exchange under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows you to sell your investment property and acquire another like-kind property while deferring state and federal capital gains taxes. You can then reinvest your sale proceeds that would otherwise be paid to the government as capital gains taxes. There are various property replacement strategies that may be viable, examples being the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), NNN triple-net lease, UPREITs, tenants in common and Opportunity Zones, to name a few.
Many Investors Seek These Activities In Their 1031 Exchange
Presentation of Leasehold Income
Overall Net Worth
For many investors, the 1031 exchange may represent a significant portion of their overall net worth, and investors are relying on this investment to preserve their wealth as well as generate tax-efficient income.
Factors For Demand
Several factors increase the demand for quality 1031 solutions as investors face an aging demographic, higher tax rates, rising inflation, low investment returns and an extremely volatile investment climate.
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