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What Is Cost Segregation

What is Cost Segregation

Savvy real estate investors take advantage of opportunities to minimize their tax liability. One way to do this is through cost segregation — a tax planning practice that reduces taxable income by accelerating depreciation.

Healthcare Real Estate Demand

Real estate investment trusts (REITs) allow you to invest in virtually any type of commercial real estate asset. Like most REITs, healthcare REITs purchase or develop properties and lease them to tenants. Healthcare REITs often involve investing in assets like hospitals, wellness centers, medical offices and assisted living facilities.

1031 Exchange Guide for 2022

1031 exchange rules

1031 Exchange Rules

If you own an investment property, you may want to understand the set of IRS rules for 1031 exchanges. You may need to pay a significant capital gains tax if you make more off selling an investment property than you paid for it, so it's important to understand 1031 exchange rules in order to make the best decisions for your investment property.

A 1031 exchange can be a great tax advantage for real estate investors, allowing you to defer paying taxes on your investment property's sale for virtually as long as you want. This 2022 guide to 1031 exchanges will help you through the process.

What is a Delayed 1031 Exchange?

Investors can use 1031 exchanges to defer capital gains tax on real estate investments. There are several types of 1031 exchanges, including the delayed exchange.

What is Syndication?

Generally speaking, syndication is the process of forming a group of individuals or organizations to take on a project together. Syndicated real estate describes properties that a group of individuals or organizations will purchase. 

Real estate syndications can provide investors with the benefits of owning an investment property without the responsibilities of being a landlord.