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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 … Read More

DST Replacement Options For 1031 Investors

A Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a real estate trust formed solely for business purposes. DSTs are private governing trusts responsible for buying, managing, administering, and selling real estate properties. DST shares can be purchased as 1031 replacement properties. DSTs … Read More

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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 … Read More

TIC Investment And Property Identification In 1031 Exchanges

Under Tenancy-in-common or TIC arrangement, you are allowed to co-own an investment property with one or more investors. A TIC investment is a great tool for small or medium-sized investors looking to purchase large investment properties without investing huge capital. … Read More

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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 … Read More

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No Landlord Responsibilities With NNN Investment

Sometimes, maintaining an investment property may become long-term suffering. After all, it does not only require paying operating expenses but also tracking the bills and ensuring all of them are timely paid. We often hear investors complaining about the effort … Read More

Not Getting A Replacement Property? A TIC or DST Investment Can Help!

A 1031 exchange process requires you to identify a replacement property within 45 days after the sale of your investment property. You must locate a like-kind property and send written identification of the property to the IRS within 45 days. … Read More

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 … Read More

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Do you have a backup plan for your 1031 Exchange

Do you have a backup plan for your 1031 Exchange? “Mark wanted to increase his investment potential. He decided to sell his 2-bedroom condo, which he had been renting to tenants and acquire a property with less management hassle using … Read More

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Understanding DST 1031 Exchanges, Part 3

Understanding DST 1031 Exchanges, Part 3 During the 1990s and early 2000s, 1031 exchange investors who exchanged properties for partial ownership in large, high-valued replacement properties engaged in the Tenant-In-Common (TIC) structure. In contradiction to a DST (Delaware Statutory Trust), … Read More

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