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DSTs, TICs and U.S. Code § 1031
DSTs, TICs and U.S. Code § 1031
In 1031 exchanges, the seller of an asset, who would otherwise be obligated to pay a capital gains tax upon the asset’s profitable disposition, is instead able to move those funds into a new like-...
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The Definition of Like-Kind Property in a 1031 Exchange
The Definition of Like-Kind Property in a 1031 Exchange
Real estate investors who sell a property can sometimes take advantage of a section in the U.S. IRS’ tax code that allows them to defer capital gains or losses on the property.
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A deferred exchange may help you capture tax benefits offered by a 1031 exchange
Deferred 1031 Exchanges: What You Need to Know
A deferred exchange may help you capture tax benefits offered by a 1031 exchange. Learn what a deferred 1031 exchange is and why it’s important.
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1031 Exchange FAQs
RealtyMogul.com Answers Some of the Most Frequently Asked Questions About 1031
There’s a lot to know about 1031 exchanges in real estate. This post answers a few of the most frequently asked questions for you. 
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1031 Exchange Rules
How to Do a 1031 Exchange Right the First Time
A 1031 exchange is a tax strategy that allows investors to sell an investment property in exchange for another property, then defer capital gains from the first property’s sale. This strategy is...
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Megan Goodfellow, Chief Credit Officer at RealtyMogul.com
7 Questions on the Federal Reserve’s Rate Hike
The Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing (QE) program has brought an unprecedented low interest rate environment creating historic returns in the commercial real estate space. Following today’s...
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Real Estate Crowdfunding News Recap
News Recap: 2016 Industry Predictions...
Predictions on what 2016 will bring to real estate crowdfunding and opinions on the effects of the SEC’s new crowdfunding rules.
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RealtyMogul.com's CEO Jilliene Helman discusses recent SEC ruling
Q&A with CEO Jilliene Helman on the Latest SEC Ruling
After more than three years of speculation by industry insiders, the SEC finally announced on Oct. 30th its decision to open equity crowdfunding to non-accredited investors. This is a notable moment...
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Possible rule changes might affect millions of people
Accredited Investors – Might the SEC Change the Rules?
The SEC is considering whether to change the accreditation standards used to determine eligibility in private securities sales – and a more restrictive change might disqualify many persons who...
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CalPERS' move out of hedge fund holdings could be good news for real estate
Hedge Fund Disfavor -- Good for Real Estate?
The recent decision by CalPERS to exit hedge fund investments could mean that hedge funds may have hit their high-water mark – and could signal that real estate and other more conventional...
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