In this educational video, 1031 Capital Solutions explains the basics of Delaware Statutory Trusts that qualify for 1031 exchanges (1031 DSTs)
Tax-deferred exchanges of investment real estate date back to 1921. Learn what has changed-and what remains the same-about 1031 exchanges.
Conducting a like-kind exchange of rental property is about more than saving a few bucks on your tax bill. For most taxpayers, the combined state and federal tax benefits can add up to several hundreds of thousands of dollars over multiple transactions.
Not all real estate can be exchanged under IRC Section 1031. Before you sell your property, be sure to learn which investments can be sold and bought in a 1031 exchange.
Completing a 1031 exchange transaction does not need to be complicated. But you cannot hope to comply with the rules if you don't take the time to learn them.
You can't un-ring a bell or put water back into a hose-but you can buy your replacement before you sell your relinquished property. Let us show you the most common method for completing a "reverse" exchange.
Episode 6 from Real Estate Taxation Series. Losses from one category of investments may not be available to offset gains or income from another category. In real estate, it is important to know whether your investment generates "active", "passive" or "portfolio" income.
Episode 5 from Real Estate Taxation Series. Didn't we cover depreciation in Episode Two? Yes, but here we want to emphasize the impact that a 1031 exchange has on continuing to deduct depreciation from the income of a replacement property.