updated May 2020
Be sure to read our current 1031 Exchange Trends for 2020.
And read past trends 1031 Exchange Trends and Info for 2019, 1031 Exchange Updates & Impacts 2018, 1031 Exchange Trends for 2017, 1031 Exchange Trends for 2016, and 1031 Exchanges Trending Strong for 2015
1031 Exchanges Enter 2014 With Strong Momentum
Rising real estate values, higher tax rates and new taxes were some of the reasons that 2013 saw a sharp increase in the number of 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges. Investors utilize 1031 Exchanges to defer paying taxes when they are selling investment property and personal property. Investors and owners must simply purchase another property and meet basic criteria within IRC §1031 guidelines to complete the exchange.
2014 promises to be another strong year for 1031 Exchanges as investors and owners seek ways to defer their taxes. If you want to know more about 1031 basics or brush up on more complex 1031 strategies to take advantage of tax deferral, please join us for one of our complimentary webinars.
Important Reminder: If you deferred taxes via a 1031 Exchange in 2013, remember to file form 8824 with your tax return. IRS instructions and the form are available at www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i8824.pdf
IPX1031 makes the exchange process easy and efficient for you and your client by preparing all of the necessary 1031 documentation and coordinating the transaction with your Escrow Closer. With our cutting edge technology and expertise, we can provide you with everything you need for your exchange typically in less than an hour. As the nation’s largest 1031 Intermediary, IPX1031 has offices throughout the country and a highly skilled team of exchange attorneys, CPAs, coordinators and sales executives to provide quick answers and guidance throughout the transaction. And we have dedicated departments to assist you with specialized 1031 Exchanges.