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We help real estate investors with 1031 Exchanges
Providing expert 1031 Qualified Intermediary services to real estate investors since 1990
How do 1031 Exchanges work?
1031 exchanges can be very complicated if you don’t know the process click here to learn the ins-and-outs.
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What are the key rules?
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What are the steps to an exchange?
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A reverse exchange is a type of exchange for investors who wish to acquire a replacement property before they settle on their relinquished property.
An improvement exchange is a type of exchange for investors who wish to have improvements completed on their replacement property before they acquire it using their exchange escrow funds.
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Many of our clients are contacting us regarding the status of their 1031 exchanges due to the ongoing measures being implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are monitoring the situation closely and wanted to provide an update to our clients regarding the...
The IRS 1031 regulation (§1.1031(k)-1(j)) provides that if an exchanger receives 1031 escrow funds from the qualified intermediary at the end of the exchange, or if the exchanger had a bona fide intent to do an exchange but does not complete the exchange by receiving...
By: Ed Horan, Certified Exchange Specialist® To qualify for a like-kind exchange, IRC Section 1031 requires that the property be “held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment.” The property will qualify when it is being held for use in a trade or...
Since our founding in 1990, Realty Exchange Corporation’s sole mission is to provide qualified intermediary service to real property investors and their advisors for 1031 exchanges.
William Horan is a Certified Exchange Specialist® (CES), the qualified intermediary industry’s prestigious designation. The CES® designation requires years of experience, testing, adherence to a code of ethics and on-going continuing education.