Reverse 1031 Solutions

The current pandemic has had great impact on how real estate transactions are financed and closed. Especially in this challenging environment, investors are actively utilizing 1031 Exchanges to strategically structure their transactions to maximize tax deferral. However, we’ve seen many investors set up a traditional “forward” 1031 Exchange only to find that their buyer needs an extension of the closing date. If the closing date for the investor’s new property cannot be extended, utilizing a Reverse Exchange may be the solution to preserve their 1031 Exchange.

What is a Reverse Exchange?

Why are Reverse 1031 Exchanges More Complicated?

Reverse Exchanges can provide additional solutions to defer taxes:

  • Even More Time: If 180 days is not enough, additional time may be available through “non-safe harbor” Reverse Exchange.
  • Combo Exchange: If an investor intends to acquire multiple Replacement Properties with some properties closing before the Relinquished Property sale and some properties closing after, combining both the Forward and Reverse Exchange structures can maximize the tax deferral.
  • Improvement Exchange: By parking the Replacement Property, exchange funds can be used to improve the property prior to its acquisition by the investor.

Introducing the Enhanced IPX1031.com/REVERSE

IPX1031 – your 1031 Exchange solution provider – is thrilled to announce our newly enhanced Reverse 1031 website section! Come check out our easy to use, resource packed site. From our Start a Reverse Exchange onlineReverse & Improvement brochure and Reverse book, there’s now even more 1031 Reverse info for you!


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Start a Reverse Exchange online
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Reverse book
What is a Reverse Exchange?
Why are Reverse 1031 Exchanges More Complicated?


IPX1031 – Your Reverse 1031 Solution

IPX1031 is your Reverse 1031 solution with offices and teams across the country. Not only is IPX1031 the nation’s largest 1031 Qualified Intermediary, IPX1031 offers the highest levels of security and assurances in the industry for customers’ funds. Our team of professionals includes attorneys, accountants and exchange experts. And IPX1031 has a separate specialized division that focuses solely on structuring and facilitating Reverse and Improvement Exchanges. Contact IPX1031 to discuss all of your 1031 Exchange solutions.

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