1031 Exchanges in Real Estate
1031 Exchanges in Real Estate are used to defer capital gains and build wealth. A real estate exchange is a swap of one investment property for another that allows capital gains to be deferred. Its name is from the IRS Code Section 1031. 1031 has many factors that real estate investors must understand before attempting to use. A 1031 Exchange can only be made with like-kind properties and IRS rules that limit use with vacation properties. If you are thinking about investing with 1031 Exchanges, you should learn the rules first.
OnPointe Commercial – Investing In Commercial Real Estate
OnPointe Commercial, founded by Dorian L. Carter specializes in commercial real estate for executive-level training services to investors, developers, corporations, governments, and nonprofits. Investing in Commercial Real Estate gives you the unique opportunity to build wealth just as other high net worth earners. The income streams typically have higher yields than what you can receive with stock investing and 401k’s. This is accomplished by improving the properties and using leverage to purchase the asset (borrow money). What many may not know is that it doesn’t take a huge investment to reach this goal. Come let us show you how to take advantage of the new tax benefits especially with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (Trump Tax Cut).
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