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Are you considering a 1031 exchange? Here are a few things you should know.

To be a successful 1031 tax-deferred exchange, certain criteria must be met for the real estate to be like-kind. 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. The process is stressful and a bit complicated, but we can help. We take care of everything for you. We also have put together guides, videos, classes, and blogs to help you get familiar with the process.

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How do 1031 Exchanges work?

In real estate, a 1031 exchange is a swap of one investment property for another that allows capital gains taxes to be deferred. A 1031 exchange can be very complicated if you don’t know the rules and the process.

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What are the key rules?

Learn the most important things for exchangers to keep in mind while planning their exchange. If you are considering a 1031—or are just curious— below in our FAQ section you find some of the different rules.
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What are the steps to an exchange?

Let us walk you through an exchange, step-by-step so that you know what to expect. We have created guides, videos, and FAQs to help you with your 1031 exchange.
What is a 1031 Exchange or tax-deferred exchange?

In real estate, a 1031 exchange is a swap of one investment property for another that allows capital gains taxes to be deferred. The term—gets its name from Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031.

It is a process that allows a taxpayer to exchange investment or business property and defer the payment of the capital gains tax. Normally there is a delay between settlements of the property being relinquished and the replacement property.

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What property qualifies?

To be a successful tax-deferred exchange, certain criteria must be met for the real estate to be like-kind. Basically, these are:

– Both properties must be in the United States.
– The Relinquished Property currently must be used by the exchanger for investment, business, rental or production of income.
-The exchanger must hold the new Replacement Property for investment, business, rental or production of income.
-The Replacement Property must be identified within 45 days.
-The Replacement Property must be received within 180 days (or the federal tax due date, including extension, if earlier).

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What is the 45-Day Rule

The first relates to the designation of a replacement property. Once the sale of your property occurs, the intermediary will receive the cash. You can’t receive the cash, or it will spoil the 1031 treatment. Also, within 45 days of the sale of your property, you must designate the replacement property in writing to the intermediary, specifying the property that you want to acquire.

The IRS says you can designate three properties as long as you eventually close on one of them. You can even designate more than three if they fall within certain valuation tests. 

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How are capital gains figured?

The potential capital gains that can be deferred is simply the profit plus all the depreciation taken on the property being relinquished.

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What are the reinvestment requirements in an exchange?
To be totally tax-free, the acquisition cost of the replacement property(ies) must be equal or greater than the adjusted sale price of the relinquished property.

The total cash equity (equity less selling costs) from the relinquished property must be held in a qualified escrow account and must be reinvested in the replacement property(ies). The cash not reinvested (known as “cash boot”) is subject to capital gains tax.

The replacement property must have mortgage debt or new cash added, equal to or greater than the mortgage paid off, or assumed on the relinquished property.

Reverse Exchanges

A reverse exchange is a type of exchange for investors who wish to acquire a replacement property before they settle on their relinquished property.

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Improvement Exchanges

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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Americans build value with section 1031 like-kind exchanges

Taxpayers at all levels use Section 1031 exchanges to expand businesses and invest for the future, positively impacting economic growth for all Americans.

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