In addition to tax deferral, the most important component of a 1031 exchange is identifying and buying suitable replacement property. Property types that qualify for a 1031 exchange include office, apartments, retail, land, self-storage, residential rentals, hotels, senior care facilities, medical, restaurants, daycare and educational, industrial, retail, and other business and investment properties. For example, you can sell land and acquire an office building, sell a four-plex and purchase land for development, or sell a warehouse and buy a single tenant retail property; all of which are considered “like-kind” 1031 exchange properties. Get a list of properties by calling 1-800-USA-1031.
1031 Exchange Property Lists
Many exchangors sell management intensive properties or land in search of secure monthly income without the headaches of maintenance, day-to-day responsibilities, tenant turnover, maintenance or upkeep. There are three ways to invest your 1031 exchange proceeds to attain passivity in real estate ownership: properties with a Net Lease (NNN), Tenants-in-Common (TIC) properties, and properties in a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST). 1031 Exchange Place has been serving exchangers looking for passive income since 1997 and has access to what we can confidently say is the more comprehensive selection of 1031 exchange properties. Continue reading below or contact us to get access to NNN, DST, TIC properties >>>