Tax Deferral Strategies For Real Estate Investors: A Compact Guide

Although the sale of real estate properties in the United States will incur the payment of capital gains taxes, there are legal ways by which real estate investors can avoid paying such taxes, which are quite a substantial percentage of the final price. Most real estate investors know that the capital gains tax is one

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1031 Exchanges – Avoid Paying Capital Gains

Every investor should know about the IRS tax code 1031 exchange (1031 is the tax code section if you want to look it up). This part of the tax code allows you to sell one investment property to purchase a higher cost (more profitable) investment without paying capital gains taxes and depreciation recapture taxes. The

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How 1031 Exchanges Work

The title 1031 Exchange comes from the 1031 section of the IRS tax code. The idea behind a 1031 exchange is that an investor does not owe taxes when he or she sells an investment property as long as the money remains in a like-kind investment or business. There are several versions of the 1031

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1031 Exchange – Move Up Without Paying Capital Gains

Every investor should know about the IRS tax code 1031 exchange (1031 is the tax code section if you want to look it up). This part of the tax code allows you to sell one investment property to purchase a higher cost (more profitable) investment without paying capital gains taxes and depreciation recapture taxes. The

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Now Might be the Perfect Time for a 1031 Exchange

As a real estate investor, you need to be examining all of your options right now. With prices still low and poised to do nothing other than go up, it’s time for you to invest in better properties. But you don’t want to pay the taxes and repay the depreciation value on property that you will sell to bring in capital to buy a better investment property. The answer you need is probably a 1031 Exchange.

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