Let’s take a look at how the proposed 1031 exchange legislation changes are going and talk a bit about other impending real estate investment tax changes.
There’s both a lot of common questions and common misconceptions when it comes to the 1031 exchange. Here’s the facts on some of the most important concepts.
A reverse 1031 exchange allows a real estate investor the flexibility to acquire property when there’s a good opportunity available. Here’s how they work.
The dealer vs investor status is one of Section 1031’s largest “grey areas,” but the distinction is important. Here’s how the IRS defines the difference.
If you’re currently in the middle of a 1031 exchange transaction, when should you file your taxes? David Moore, 1031 exchange expert, explains the timing.
What is the stepped-up basis, and what does it have to do with the 1031 exchange? David Moore with Equity Advantage explains the details.