One thing every successful real estate investor knows is this: if you can avoid it, NEVER sell your investment property. Why? Because, when you do, Uncle Sam is going to ask you to pay taxes on the capital gains. (This is true even if you didn’t buy the property initially.) Get the quick-facts about this awesome tax perk: the “real estate 1031 exchange.” Learn more about doing a 1031 exchange in this quick introduction.
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[Updated for 2017] If you’re interested in learning about how to do a 1031 exchange, there’s really no better time than NOW. In this comprehensive article you’ll learn the answers to five of the most frequently asked 1031 exchange questions this year.
In this lesson other Real Wealth Network members will share their experiences with 1031 exchanges. Find out what went well, what they could of done better, and more.
In this quick lesson our affiliate will show you what goes into calculating the loss you could incur due to capital gains taxes which would be due upon traditional sale of the property.
In this lesson we’ll explore more advanced 1031 exchange types that have their own set of rules to follow.