1031 regulations for real estate investors in California

If Your 1031 Transaction Is Failing All Is Not Lost

Many savvy real estate investors in the state of California are turning away from 1031 transactions in order to defer capital gains taxes. This is due to the fact that they are burdensome, stressful, and fail on a regular basis because either suitable reinvestment property cannot be timely identified or they don't want to buy [...]

Use This Section 453 Installment Sale Method To Maximize Your Tax Position

Many savvy real estate investors in the state of California are now choosing to sell their properties with an Internal Revenue Code Section 453 "Installment Sale. They are doing this because the outcome is often more certain than attempting a 1031 Exchange transaction with the similar result of Delaying Large Capital Gain Taxation by way [...]

The Economic Shutdown Is Causing Failing 1031 Transactions

1031 tax deferred exchanges are a popular way to defer capital gains taxes, which is why so many real estate investors in the state of California rely on them. Historically speaking, a plethora of them fail. This is due to the fact that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made it incredibly difficult to abide [...]

Are You Suffering From A Failing 1031 Transaction?

Are you currently involved in 1031 Exchange that is in limbo due to the current economic shut down and the impossibility to Identify new replacement investments, let alone timely conduct due diligence.  If so don t panic, you are not alone! Most 1031 Exchanges in California are at risk of failing because of the inability [...]

A 1031 Transaction Is Not Your Best Option

The current economic shut down has made it difficult to comply with IRS Section 1031 regulations for real estate investors in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. Failing 1031 exchanges are at crisis levels across the United States for commercial property owners. Deals in progress on the sale of investment real estates  assets are [...]