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1031 exchange specialist companies in Southern California

If you are planning to do your first 1031 exchange or you are an adept exchanger looking for a company of a more experienced qualified intermediary to partner with, fidelity processing is well equipped to help you accomplish your business and financial goals.There are different ways to do the 1031 exchange depending upon the needs …

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Get Better Returns With A DST Investment

Think of DSTs as TIC investments. What do you know about TICs? A TIC or Tenancy-In-Common arrangement lets multiple investors own, operate, and share investment properties. Most commercial complexes are owned under TIC ownership. Under a TIC arrangement, investors have an ‘undivided fractional interest’ in the property, which empowers them to dispose of the property …

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TIC And DST Investments Provide Shared Ownership Opportunities

Tenants in Common or TIC, real estate investments, refer to the legal agreement between people who hold a certain percentage share of real estate property. The percentage reserved by each tenant is mentioned explicitly in the Tenancy-in-Common Agreement and is generally proportionate to the size of each tenant’s contribution. The ownership in the case of …

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1031 Investments With No Landlord Responsibilities

A Delaware Statutory Trust or a DST is a privately held trust responsible for buying, managing, administering, and selling real estate properties. DSTs are formed by filing a Certificate of Trust with the Delaware Division of Corporations and governed by Chapter 38, Part V-Title 12 of the annotated Delaware Code. DST investors enjoy fractional ownership …

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What Assets Qualify As 1031 Replacement Properties?

Section 1031 of IRC, widely known as 1031 exchange, lets investors defer up to 100% capital gains tax on swapping an income-producing asset with a like-kind property. Tax-deferred exchanges provide a unique opportunity to diversify your investment portfolio and defer taxes on real estate sales. What is a 1031 Land Exchange? Any property maintained for …

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Investments With Little-to-No Landlord Responsibilities

Most investors lose a significant part of their monthly income in paying operating expenses. When you invest in real estate, in most cases, you are burdened with landlord responsibilities. Keeping track of property bills, paying operating expenses like utilities, property tax, insurance, etc., take away a large portion of your time and money. As a …

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What Should You Do If You Come Across Boot In Your 1031 Exchange?

In layman’s language, ‘Boot’ is defined as anything given in addition to. When it comes to 1031 exchanges, Boot is the cash or money saved at the end of the exchange. For example, say you sold your investment property for $500K. Now, to qualify for a 1031 exchange, you must reinvest $500K into another like-kind …

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