Real Estate



2 Is Better Than 1: A 1031 Win with Dual Use Property

If you are thinking of selling your dual use property – a primary residence property which is also used for business or investment purposes – you may qualify for the benefits of two sections of the Internal Revenue Tax Code. By combining IRC Sections 121 and 1031 in...

Do Quick Sales Qualify for 1031 Treatment?

It’s All About Intent. If a real estate investor bought a property for $475,000 and sold it a month later for $700,000, they would most likely tell you that it was a great investment. That same investor would probably tell you that good fortune struck twice if...

Shades of Grey in 1031 Flips

Forget cooking shows, America’s newest reality show obsession is watching real estate shows such as Flip This House, Flip or Flop, and Rehab Addict. Seeing how a house is bought at a bargain price, quickly transformed and sold for large profits can be scintillating....

Stay Cool This Summer with 1031s

It’s the middle of summer and as investors dream about lazy days on the beach, a scorching hot question often asked this time of year is whether a vacation or second home qualifies for tax deferred 1031 treatment. Many investors desire to sell their investment...

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