Member Library: 1031 Exchange

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Be sure to check out the packed section on 1031 Exchange.

Investopedia.com defines 1031 Exchange as

A section of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code that allows investors to defer capital gains taxes on any exchange of like-kind properties for business or investment purposes. Taxes on capital gains are not charged on the sale of a property if the money is being used to purchase another property – the payment of tax is deferred until property is sold with no re-investment. 

We have article topics from A to Z on how it all works.  Log into the MAREI member library today to access articles on

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  • Exchange Basics
  • Exchange entities
  • Cost Segregation
  • Contract Language
  • Tax Filing
  • Replacement Properties
  • Capital Gain
  • Easements
  • closing Costs
  • Rental to Residence
  • Residence to Rental
  • Creative Property Exchanges
  • Exchange Terminology
  • Hotel Exchanges
  • How Long to Hold
  • and many more.

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