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Partial-Interest Plan 

Partial interest properties can seem like a myth in the real estate world. These properties are not only rare, but also notoriously difficult to sell. If you ever happen across a partial interest property, here’s how to work with the

1031 Timing 

Under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031, real property held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment may be exchanged and capital gain taxes deferred through a delayed exchange, which requires the taxpayer to sell the relinquished

CMBS Maturity Wave 

Six years ago marked the beginning of the global economic crisis. Since that time lenders have been working at a rapid pace to resolve distressed loans that were coming into delinquency at record rates. Today, the economy has returned to

Retail Therapy 

The climate for retail real estate deals is improving around the country, as pricing stabilizes and it becomes somewhat easier to forecast the performance of a retail center. With more sellers realizing that now might be a good time to

Appealing Appraisals 

Each year, appraisal districts send out property valuations, and upon receiving a building’s assessed value, owners and investors spend time on appeals to receive what they believe is a fair value. Property taxes are one of the largest line item

Self-Rental Rule 

The only thing worse than incurring a loss on investment property is incurring a loss that cannot be deducted for tax purposes. Self rental property may cause this tax result for some property owners if rental arrangements are not strategically

Silver Lining