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1.  Can I exchange for property of less valve?

2.  Do I have to exchange for the same type of property?

3.  Does the exchanges have to been done simultaneously?

4.  What is a QI?

5.  Will IRS audit a tax free exchange?

6.  Can I change the name on the title of the new property?

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    If your problem is listed below, a 1031 exchange may or may not be your solution.1. Are you a landlord that doesnt want to manage property anymore? 2. Do you want to sell your investment property, but...
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    People are often stunned about the possible profits that can be made in "house flipping". House flipping describes the process of buying a piece of real estate, fixing it up, selling it and then doing...
  • What is Tax-Deferred Exchange?
    Under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, owners of real estate held for investmentor use in a trade or business can swap their property tax-free for "like-kind" real estate.Exchanges are made for...
  • 5 Steps to a Successful 1031 Exchange
    It is unbelievable to sell your investment property in 6 months for $400,00 more than you paid for it and not pay any tax on the profit. This is a recurring 1031 problem in hot real estate markets, how...
  • Alternative to Investment Property
    New IRS Procedure on 1031 Tax Free Exchange Tenant-in-Common (TIC) Exchanges Smaller investors can now invest in larger, professionally managed real estate and enjoy the benefits of tax shelter, growth,...
  • 1031 Alligator Blunder
    There are 3 major Blunders that can turn an investment into a nightmare. It is ones duty to avoid these at all costs when contemplating a 1031 exchange. Blunder #1: Dealing with a non specialized company...
  • 1031 Exchange
    Do you have your savings in an investment property that is not performing for you? Perhaps you are positioned to make capital gains on the property but for whatever reason the property just doesnt fit...
  • 1031 Real Estate Exchanges - The Good and Bad!
    One of the most powerful tools in a real estate investors bag of tricks is the 1031 Exchange. When used properly it can defer the tax on capitals gains almost indefinitely. A 1031 Exchange is really very...
  • Top Ten Tips when Buying Real Estate!
    In todays financial climate, real estate continues to be a strong investment in many areas. Educated buyers will always make the most out of the real estate market. These top ten tips to buying real estate...
  • The Real Way To Make Money Flipping Real Estate
    Would You Like to Make Money Flipping Real Estate? Many beginning real estate investors get started by flipping real estate to make quick cash. If you would like to make more money by investing in real...
  • 1031 Exchange as a Marketing Tool - For Realtors
    How Can 1031 Exchange Help You In Generating Business?The §1031 tax deferred treatment of capital gains is one of the most attractive real estate investor vehicles for preserving and building real estate...
  • 5 Ways to Avoid Foreclosure
    Foreclosure on a house is something we never imagine will happen to us but statistics show that many people do go into mortgage foreclosure. If you see default payments as a future issue then it is important...
  • How a 1031 Exchange Works
    A section 1031 tax deferral allows an investor to sell a property, then reinvest the proceeds in a new property and defer all capital gain taxes. Specific conditions for the exchange state that it must...
  • Capital Assets – Gains and Losses for Taxes
    Capital is a unique term when it comes to taxes. If it gains value, you pay a tax. If it loses it, you can write at least some of the loss off. Capital Assets – Gains and Losses for Taxes Practically everything...
  • 1031 Exchange Rules and Requirements
    Following is a reproduction of the IRSs rules and requirements for 1031 tax deferred exchanges with regards to real property. If you have any questions regarding the sale of your real property or questions...
  • How a 1031 Exchange Works
    A section 1031 tax deferral allows an investor to sell a property, then reinvest the proceeds in a new property and defer all capital gain taxes. Specific conditions for the exchange state that it must...
  • Flipping Houses is like Being Gay
    In the 21st century, everyone knows the word "gay" refers to people that are homosexual, but back in the 1950s, the meaning was contested. The alternate definition was "full of joy and mirth."Can you imagine...
  • The House Flipping Trend
    Picture this: You purchase a run-down old house at a local auction. The house is falling apart, maybe even in the kind of ways that require Condemned signs, and you walk away thrilled to have spent $65,000...
  • Finding references to foreclosure prevention
    These days, since we have the web at hand, its childs play to discover things we need concerning foreclosure prevention. Not too long ago the only choice to find tips on foreclosure prevention was a...
  • 1031 Exchange Rule
    Most of the people want to use tax deferred methods in order to avoid paying taxes, 1031 Exchange is thus one of the most talked about and popular ways by which exchange of real estate and property is...
  • Is The House Flipping Hype For Real?
    House flipping is hot -- to the point where more than one successful reality TV show has been created to feed the appetite of up and coming house flippers. But does the reality of house flipping measure...
  • 1031 Exchange Escaping the Certainty of Taxes
    In this world, said the great Benjamin Franklin, nothing is certain but death and taxes. While modern medicine continues to work on a cure for mortality, 1031 exchanges offer a valuable mechanism against...
  • A Possible Bargain: Foreclosed Properties
    In the superheated San Francisco Bay Area property market, foreclosed properties are available at as much as 40% below market value, writes Srini Saripalli.The last few months of a calendar year are considered...
  • Tax Provision Blamed for High Land Prices
    ST. LOUIS - After working on a northern Illinois farm thats been in his family for 151 years, Rob Sharkey itched to break out on his own. That is, until land prices ballooned The 31-year-old Stark County...
  • Flipping Real Estate
    Flipping Real Estate: Fact or Fiction?Your Quick Guide to Making Money Flipping Real Estate in 7 Simple Steps...Every time you turn your head, someone else is talking about flipping real estate. What are...
  • Private Annuity Trusts - Supercharge Your Retirement
    You have made some great investments in Real Estate or in a Stock Portfolio. Congratulations! Now you are ready to retire on your gains. But wait. To benefit from your investment appreciation, youre going...
  • What is a 1031 Exchange?
    The IRS has an exchange provision that allows you to put the extra money you make off the sale of real estate into another equal or higher value property without paying taxes on the capital gains. You...

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