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What is a 1031 Exchange Holding Period, Part 2

Today we will expand upon Holding Periods and how they pertain to 1031 exchanges.

What is a Holding Period?

At 1031 Crowdfunding, we always strive to define the commonly used, but not-often-explained details of Delaware Statutory Trusts and 1031 Exchanges. Today we will look at Holding Periods.

10 Reasons to Consider a DST 1031 Exchange - Part 2

Last week we listed 5 reasons why we keep talking about Delaware Statutory Trusts. Here are 5 additional reasons we believe DSTs have become so popular among 1031 exchange investors:

Breaking News: IRS Extends Deadlines for 1031 Exchange Investors

The IRS issued new guidance Thursday night that granted extensions to all taxpayers in 1031 exchanges with a 45-day Exchange period or 180-day Exchange period deadline between April 1st and July 15th, 2020. These investors will have an automatic extension to July 15th.

10 Reasons to Consider a DST 1031 Exchange

A Delaware Statutory Trust or DST is a separate legal entity created as a trust under Delaware Statutory Law. A DST allows you to co-invest with other investors in one or numerous properties. Although DSTs aren’t new, current tax laws have made them popular among 1031 exchange investors.

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