We help real estate investors with 1031 Exchanges
How 1031 Exchanges work? What are the rules? What are the steps?
Reasons To Consider A 1031 Exchange Today
Defer Paying Taxes
The result of trading your relinquished property, getting replacement property and reinvesting all the proceeds is the tax law lets you defer paying the taxes when you give up your relinquished property as long as you replace your investment with more real estate.
Upgrade For Properties In Better Locations
An exchange gives you the opportunity to trade/exchange into a property that is potentially a great new opportunity.
Trade from a small condo in a neighborhood saturated with competing rental condos into a small commercial office building next to a new hospital that has a great opportunity for growth.
Exchange out of an area of town that is declining into a newly developing area.
Change To Cash Flow Property
Investors who own raw land rarely have cash flow properties.
A “like-kind” exchange is real property for replacement real property.
Reduce Property Maintenance Issues
An older property with potential maintenance issues can be exchanged for a newer property with fewer potential headaches.
A small rental condo can be exchanged for an NNN rental, like a Dollar General store or a Burger King which might be easier to manage and provide a better investment return.
What People Are Saying
We found your company very responsive. Bill spent alot of time explaining the details of the transaction. Could not have done better.
– NIMAX LLC
Provided prompt, professional, patient, and friendly service to a 1031 newbie!! Excellent!!
I was completely impressed! I am a real estate agent and will certainly recommend you.
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.