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Use a Deferred Sales Trust to Work Around 1031 Exchange Limitations

An IRS 1031 exchange is a fantastic tool for an investor to transfer a real estate asset into another without recognizing a taxable capital gain. However, there are limitations of its use and strict rules governing its use: like-kind limitations, time windows and asset type restrictions. If you wish to diversify your real estate asset into other investments or if your asset is not real property to begin with, then you need a 1031 exchange alternative like a Deferred Sales Trust.

1031 Exchanges Threatened as Commercial Lenders Halt Loan Applications – Deferred Sales Trusts the Solution

The New York Real Estate News reported that the marketplace where lenders sell mortgages on office buildings, rental properties and other types of commercial real estate has ground to a halt as traders try to figure out how to price in risk amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Possible Impact to Real Estate 1031 Exchanges We are …

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Bifurcated Exchanges into a 1031 Exchange and a Deferred Sales Trust

Bifurcated Exchanges into a 1031 Exchange and a Deferred Sales Trust with the possible use of a Delaware Statutory Trust for the 1031 Exchange Upside Replacement Property The usual 1031 jargon is “up in value, up in loans”.   In a bifurcated 1031 exchange you are doing 2 transactions-  (1) a 1031 exchange and (2) a …

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