1031 Exchange

The Delaware Statutory Trust as a Real Estate Investment

Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs ) have emerged as form of ownership as an alternative to Tenants in Common (TIC).  Investors who hold highly appreciated real estate assets may be at a stage of their lives when they are seeking more passive investment opportunities. Passive, professionally managed ownership may allow them to concentrate on other opportunities …

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Options When Members of a Partnership or LLC Want to Cash Out

A partnership or limited liability company (LLC) cash-out 1031 exchange occurs when one or more of the partners or members want to cash-out of the investment property to be sold instead of re-investing all of the proceeds from the sale of the relinquished property into the replacement property. One popular method is a Drop and Swap. Assuming …

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Credit Tenant Loan: Using a 1031 Exchange for a Cash-out Solution

The Credit Tenant Loan 1031 exchange strategy focuses on the potential of obtaining the maximum cash out of a real estate transaction. It relies on a 1031 exchange, but the exchange is only a vehicle for providing cash from the sale of the relinquished property. Some property owners want to sell their property, cash-out, and …

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Growing Your Wealth with Tax-deferred Exchanges Via IRC § 1031

Many real estate investors buy property as a long-term wealth-building strategy. They start investing small, then reinvest to grow their portfolio. Investment property provides passive income and may create legacy wealth for investor and their family. Investors buy property as a vehicle to create wealth from cash flow and appreciation, but taxes are also a big …

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Deferring Capital Gains Taxes on the Sale of Investment Property

The 1031 exchange can be a powerful wealth-building tool available to taxpayers who have real estate investments. It has been a major part of the successful strategy of many real estate investors. At IREXA, we help you locate the right replacement property, then implement further investment strategies to mitigate your overall tax liability. Since capital gains tax …

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Why Use a 1031 Exchange When You’ve Lost Money on a Real Estate Transaction?

CASE STUDY: Why Use a 1031 Exchange When You’ve Lost Money on a Real Estate Transaction? Changing Tactics in a 1031 Exchange May Save Taxes CLIENT: The client invests as a family limited partnership entity. It originally invested $1,000,000 into a TIC property 10 years ago. The recent sale of the relinquished property resulted in …

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Frequently Asked Questions About Delaware Statutory Trust Beneficial Interests and Your 1031 Exchange

1. What transaction fees are involved from IREXA? All transaction fees are built into each purchase and are paid for by the sponsor. IREXA receives its fees from the sponsor. They include normal closing costs, and costs of securitization. On a 50% leveraged purchase, total fees are approximately 4%-6% of the overall purchase price. 2. …

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Discover New Opportunities from Real Estate Investments with a 1031 Exchange

Defer Tax on Gain You own commercial real estate with all of its rights and responsibilities. Perhaps you want to cash in on the equity you have built up in the last decade or you are through dealing with tenants. You’re ready to create income without having to work; that’s retirement. Some tactics that may …

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