High 1031 exchange traffic has been “an effect of retiring baby boomers looking for a more stable investment class” according to Chad Kurz, managing partner of Matthews Retail Advisors, as quoted in GlobeSt.com’s September 17, 2015, article, Baby Boomer Behind Active 1031 Exchange Market, by Kelsi Maree Borland.
Did you know... A 1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary (often referred to in the real estate industry as a 1031 Exchange Accommodator or 1031 Exchange Facilitator) is a crucial part of any successful 1031 Exchange transaction?
1031 Crowdfunding LLC is using the principles of Title II of the JOBS Act to assist 1031 exchange investors in their exchanges by giving them multiple options to make the most out of their tax deferred real estate investments.
The reverse 1031 exchange is actually a misnomer. It represents an exchange in which the exchanger locates a replacement property and wants to acquire it before the actual closing of the relinquished or exchange property. Since the exchanger cannot purchase a replacement property then sell a relinquished property and expect to exchange into the new property that he already owns, he must find a method to purchase the replacement property and still maintain the integrity of the exchange.