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1031 Exchange

If you sell a rental property you must pay taxes on the capital gains. On this page you’ll learn about one of the most powerful tax-saving strategies available for real estate investors: the 1031 exchange.

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1031 Exchange from California to Another State: Good Idea?

For this article, I spoke with Joe Torre, one of our Investment Counselors who’s helped many of RealWealth members do 1031 exchanges from California to other states, and also my husband, a California landlord and attorney. To learn about the top 3 benefits of exchanging your California rental property for properties in other states read this article!

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4 Types of 1031 Exchanges Real Estate Investors Should Know About

There are four main types of 1031 exchanges investors can choose from, which include the simultaneous, delayed, reverse, and construction or improvement exchange. Continue reading to learn the details of all 4 of these 1031 exchange types. The 4 Types of 1031 Exchanges Explained Delayed Exchange (The Most Common Type) The delayed like-kind exchange, which

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