How Real Estate Investors Can Defer Taxes Using Section 1031 Exchanges

It has been said that the only things certain in life are death and taxes. Real estate investors cannot cheat death. However, they can defer taxes on the gains from the sale of their real estate using Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.

IRS 1031 Exchanges Explained

One of the largest expenses real estate investors incur when they sell their properties is the capital gains tax. This is a tax on any profit you made from the sale price of the property minus the purchase price of the property, also known as your “basis” in the property.

Boulder Group Completes Sale Of Single Tenant GSA Property

The Boulder Group has just completed the sale of a single tenant GSA property (Social Security Administration). The property in question is a 9684 ft.² building, at 353 West Alto Road in Kokomo, Indiana, which was developed in 2008 for the Social Security Administration. The building is currently leased to the GSA and has seven years […]

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