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What You Need to Know Before You Do a 1031 Exchange

As a real estate owner, you know the importance of making wise investments, so you get the most from your rental properties. However, as you get closer to retirement, you...

The 4 Types of 1031 Exchanges for Real Estate

Many people think that a 1031 Exchange of real estate can only occur through the process of a delayed exchange. However, there are actually four common methods for real estate...

Delaware Statutory Trust Advantages

Delaware statutory trusts offer a number of potential advantages to investors. When used correctly, it can be a powerful tool for building and preserving wealth. Let’s discuss and list the...

How DSTs Can Potentially Absorb Rental Property Losses

One of the potential benefits of DSTs is that they are considered to “Passive Income Generators” or “PIGS” for short. In this blog, we will discuss how income from DSTs...

5 Common Real Estate Investment Risks and How to Avoid Them

Real estate investments are risky by nature, but there are ways to mitigate your risk and reap the rewards that can be realized. Those who invest in real estate wisely...

Growing Rent Control Movement Impacts Landlords

While landlords across the US have been enjoying increasing rents and property appreciation as result of the recent real estate boom, a growing national rent control movement is causing many...

4 REASONS WHY 1031 DST EXCHANGES ARE GROWING IN POPULARITY

Deferral of Capital Gains Tax: Investing in a like-kind property permits owners to postpone their capital gains tax after selling a property. This is the primary reason why real estate...

What is Tenants In Common?

There are many different, complex concepts involved in the field of real estate business, but one key term that you need to be aware of is Tenants in Common (TIC)....

Net Leasing Trends in Commercial Real Estate

A net lease rental property requires the tenant pay for some or all the property expenses that would normally be paid by the rental property owner. Tenants who have a...
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What is a Cap Rate and How is it Used by Investors?

The first thing all of us consider in determining a fair price for something we are buying or selling is to look at the prices of comparable items that have...

Overview of IRS Form 8824 for 1031 Exchanges

When investors complete a 1031 Exchange, they are required to report the details to the IRS on IRS Form 8824. Failure to file this form and correctly report the required...

When Should You Prepare for a Partial 1031 Exchange?

If you’re interested in investing in real estate, you may be aware of a 1031 Exchange. While a 1031 Exchange can save you a significant amount of money by deferring...
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