tax and legal advice before
signing a contract to sell your property
1031 Exchange FAQs, (Federation of Exchange Accomodators).
Section 1031 provides advantage for swapping over selling, (Practical Tax Strategies, Dec. 2005).
Show me the money: Using exchanges, (Realty Times, July 19, 2005).
Five misconceptions of 1031 exchanges, (National Real Estate Investor, May 2005).
1031 Exchange Manual, (1031 Corporation, 2004).
The basics of a deferred like-kind exchange, (Business Entities, Sept./Oct. 2003).
An overview of real estate like-kind exchanges, (The Appraisal Journal, July 2003).
20 questions about deferred realty exchanges under IRC Sec. 1031, (The CPA Journal, May 2003).
Review the fundamentals of Section 1031 like-kind exchanges, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Jan./Feb. 2003).
1031 exchanges -- qualification and planning, (Journal of Financial Service Professionals, Jan. 2006).
Title holding issues in 1031 exchanges, (Realty Times, Mar. 3, 2006).
Sale of a residence and like-kind exchanges, Part 1 and Part 2, (The Tax Adviser, Nov. 2005).
What type of properties qualify for a 1031 exchange?, (Realty Times, Sept. 5, 2005).
Unlocking new revenue streams in real estate: Three winning strategies to maximize your 1031 exchange, (Georgia REALTOR®, June 2005).
Like-kind exchanges -- common problems and solutions, (The Tax Adviser, Apr. 2005).
Make a clean exchange: Avoid common mistakes with 1031 exchanges, (Texas REALTOR® , Mar. 2005).
Use 1031 exchanges to close more deals; Practitioners capitalize on tax code to capture lifelong clients, (REALTOR® Magazine, Feb. 2005).
Multi-asset mastery: These tax-deferred exchanges require pre-planning and careful attention, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Nov./Dec. 2004).
Exchange eligibility: Do your properties meet IRS requirements for 1031 transactions?, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, July/Aug. 2004).
1031 details: Manage transactions precisely to maximize tax benefits, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Mar./Apr. 2004).
Leasehold interests offer alternative 1031 exchange options, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Nov./Dec. 2003).
1031 exchanges do more than save taxes; These transactions can be used strategically to upgrade portfolios or even to liquidate partnerships, (National Real Estate Investor, Jan. 2003).
Smooth moves: Successful exchanges follow these 12 rules of the road, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Mar./Apr. 2001).
Exchanges add value in up markets, too; Like-kind exchanges offer complicated, but important option to clients interested in disposing of property, (REALTOR® Magazine, Jan. 2001).
Reverse exchanges: An alternate route, (REALTOR® Magazine, Aug. 2005).
Some practical aspects of undertaking a reverse exchange, (Business Entities, July/Aug. 2005).
Using the reverse Starker, (Realty Times, Sept. 29, 2003).
Reverse exchanges offer investors tax-saving benefits, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Mar./Apr. 2003).
New safe harbor for reverse exchanges, (The CPA Journal, Jan. 2003).
Tax trade-off; Section 1031 offers a safe harbor in like-kind exchanges, (Journal of Property Management, Sept./Oct. 2002).
Reverse exchanges come of age, (Journal of Accountancy, Aug. 2001).
legislative/Regulatory Issues: Tenants-in-Common, (National Association of REALTORS®, 2006).
Common interests: Tenancy-in-Common investments create opportunities for property owners and managers, (Journal of Property Management, Mar./Apr. 2006).
TIC reinvestment strategies: As the tenant-in-common industry prepares for a slew of property sales, real estate investors contemplate their next move, (Trusts & Estates, Mar. 2006).
The pizza paradigm: Investors buying into the TIC pie to avoid capital gains taxes, (Real Estate Finance, Aug. 2005).
TIC fever, (Tierra Grande, July 2005).
TICs take off, (RCA Report, Summer 2005). Scroll to page 6
Riding the TIC wave, (National Real Estate Investor, June 2005).
Splitting Heirs: Carefully manage tenancy-in-common investments to facilitate smooth wealth transfer, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Jan./Feb. 2005).
The ABCs of TICs: Learn the fundamentals of this 1031 exchange strategy, (Commercial Investment Real Estate, Jan./Feb. 2005).
1031 exchange options: Tenancy-in-common, (Realty Times, July 28, 2004).
1031 exchangers test the waters, (National Real Estate Investor, June 2004).
Using Tenacy-in-Common interests, (RCA Report, Spring 2004). Scroll to page 8
IRS revenue procedure provide guidance for Section 1031 exchanges for property held in tenancy-in-common form, (Real Estate Finance, Aug. 2003).
Federation of Exchange Accomodators (FEA) - Professional organization for exchange specialists. Includes directory of exchange companies & specialists around the
Glossary of Real Estate Exchange Terminology - Basic glossary of exchange-related terms, from Asset Preservation, Inc. and James A. Smith.
Rules, Forms, & Guidelines from the IRS
Internal Revenue Code, Part 1: Income Taxes - Scroll down to access section 1.1031 et seq.
Rev. Proc. 2002-22: Undivided fractional interests in real estate - Scroll to page 733.
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