In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics of performing a 1031 exchange with a related party. These exchanges, which define related parties under sections 267(b) and 707(b) of US tax code, can often be done – but...

When it comes to the 1031 exchange world, there are extra rules that come into play when you’re considering an exchange with any party or entity that’s related to you. Certain restrictions here might prevent these exchanges altogether in some cases, and in others they...

At 1031 Exchange Place, one of the most common questions we get as we provide comprehensive 1031 exchange services is this: I want exchange benefits, but my business partners want to cash out – what can I do? Can I do a 1031 exchange in...

Many of the questions we often get revolve around cash and debt requirements in an exchange: can I pull some cash out of my exchange proceeds of the deal to pay off a debt or to buy a boat? Or many exchangors aren’t initially aware...

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the most common misconceptions out there regarding the 1031 exchange process. As professionals dedicated to our field, we at 1031 Exchange Place are committed to informing our clients – including debunking these...

For investors who have been through the exchange process before, certain parts of a 1031 tax deferred exchange are pretty straightforward. Most know about basic 45-day limit for identifying replacement properties and other basics like that, but there are often many more important details regarding...