When is 3.5% Cash Flow is More Attractive Than 5% Cash Flow? The answer comes down to the benefits of real estate depreciation and tax equivalent yield.
Purchasing 1031 exchange replacement properties in the form of Tenants-in-Common (TIC) is a popular option for many investors.
Purchasing 1031 exchange replacement properties in the form of Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a popular option for many investors.
This investment vehicle can help farmers build wealth. The section 1031 exchange law, enacted in 1921, has been helping farmers and landowners build wealth and keep cash flow in their operation for decades.
The pace at which global corporations are expanding in the Sun Belt is extraordinary. To name just a few companies generating headlines, Amazon is making a sizable investment at its HQ2 in Northern Virginia and new office tower at Nashville.
There are limited listings in today’s real estate market making it difficult to find suitable 1031 exchange replacement properties. DSTs are prearranged replacement properties that can close in as little as three business days.
In the farming industry, a 1031 real estate exchange is a common strategy to allow a farmer “defer” paying the capital gains and/or ordinary income taxes on an investment property when it is sold, as long as the “like-kind property” is purchased with the profit gained by the sale of the first property.
Before the election, President-elect Joe Biden said he’d look to axe one of small businesses’ most valuable tax benefits. With Democrats taking Senate control, the risk is potentially heightened.