Allie Nagvanshi, 1031 Exchange Expert

Allie Nagvanshi

IPX1031 Western Region

Allie Nagvanshi


Assistant Vice President 

IPX1031 Western Regional Office


900SW 5th Avenue, South Mezzanine
Portland, OR 97204

Phone: (503) 223-3911
Fax: (503) 296-2390

Allie is the Western Customer Relations Officer for IPX1031. With over 24 years of real estate experience, Allie is well versed and has coordinated numerous exchange transactions from start to finish, ensuring each file and client has her utmost attention as she strives to make every transaction as seamless as possible. She specializes in multiple types of transactions including simultaneous and delayed exchanges.  Managing time sensitive, high priority and conflicting transactions are her forte.   Prior to IPX1031,  Allie was a business owner/partner and managed daily operations for Title/Escrow and a 1031 Exchange Company. She has worked in several different industries spanning financial services, insurance, real estate, consulting and 1031 Exchange.  Allie double majored in Marketing and Human Resources Management.

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Why a 1031 is right for me or for my client

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deferring taxes (up to 35 to 40% of the gain)

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greater purchasing power

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improved cash flow

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portfolio diversification

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portfolio consolidation

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greater appreciation potential

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freedom from joint ownership

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estate planning for heirs

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