When selling real estate you only pay capital gains tax, which is 15 or 20 percent. And that’s it, right? No – it’s much more complicated (and expensive) than that. This month, we’ll talk about how a 1031 Exchange can help you defer all those taxes (potentially forever.) In the conclusion, I’ll explain how “Potentially forever” works.”
Partial interest properties can help you avoid many of these issues; this month we will discuss how.
As a tax-advantaged investment and 1031 Exchange expert, I was intrigued when I first heard of Opportunity Zones.
How you can possibly gain more depreciation income through selling your property and accomplishing a completely tax deferred 1031 Exchange.
Whenever I’m buying, selling, or doing extensive construction on properties, I feel like I’m taking on an extra full-time job.
California passed AB 1482, which enacts rent control across the entire state. Let’s talk about what this bill – as written – would mean for landlords.
In a Reverse Exchange, you will buy your Upleg property first, then “pay yourself back” with the proceeds from the later sale of your Downleg.
We are going to talk about a problem that affects many real estate investors: lower than potential cash flow due to under-utilized equity.
If you, understandably, don’t want to pay taxes on your gain and lose a large chunk of your principal; a 1031 Exchange is an option.
With Today’s High Prices, Could it be Time to Sell and 1031 Exchange Into a Potentially Better Value out of State? Also – How to Calculate Your Cash on Cash Return
This month, I talk about a product that accounts for a large part of our business – helping clients select the right partial interest properties as part of a tax-deferred 1031 Exchange.
I have helped investors complete fully tax-deferred 1031 Exchanges by buying partial-interest replacement properties. Are they right for you?