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Why should I perform a 1031 Exchange?

The History

Section 1031 of the IRS tax code, originally enacted in 1921, allows investors to sell business or investment real estate and use all of the net receipts to purchase replacement real estate while deferring taxes associated with the sale.

Give me one good reason!

A 1031 Exchange requires the relinquished and replacement real estate to be qualified, like-kind properties, and the transaction must be properly structured as an exchange. Real Estate must have been held for investment purposes or for productive use in the investor’s trade or business.

1031 Exchanges are well recognized as a valuable tool to help build wealth through tax savings and investments. Here are just a few of the benefits:

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