Constructing an Exchange 

Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 tax deferred exchanges on investment real estate are now quite commonplace however, in certain situations a normal delayed exchange won't work due to timing or value problems. To avoid losing the tremendous tax benefits of

Smooth Moves 

Despite the best intentions and careful tax planning, common errors often can cause bumps in the road or completely detour tax deferred exchanges. Misconceptions and inexperience often collide with an increasing number of complex situations. Unfortunately, the exchange crashes, or

Maximizing Multi-Asset Exchanges 

Many real estate professionals are familiar with Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 tax deferred exchanging as a way to defer taxable gain from investment property sales. Tax deferred exchanges can provide investors with an opportunity to keep their equity working

Park Your Reverse Exchange 

Once upon a time, a &ldquo reverse Starker&rdquo exchange was dreaded by most tax professionals and avoided at all costs, even by the most savvy investors. Today, time and experience have provided more comfort to people who deal with these

Avoiding Exchange Pains 

Today, most tax deferred exchange transactions are relatively straightforward and easy to execute. But occasionally, an "entity issue" arises when someone exchanging a property wants or needs to take title to the replacement property in a different manner than the