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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, Part 1

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.

Tenant in Common 1031 Exchanges Explained

Some investors hesitate to perform a 1031 Exchange because the strict 45-day identification requirement that must be met. It can be difficult to identify all replacement properties by the 45th day and it can also be a challenge to locate a backup replacement property of exactly the right type/value needed for a completely deferred exchange.

How does your money roll over in a 1031 exchange?

Real estate investments come in several different shapes and sizes. Whether you’re buying a house, townhouse, condominium, vacant land, strip mall, hotel or apartment building, it is considered a real estate investment by the IRS.

Choosing an Identification Strategy for 1031 Exchanges

There are very specific requirements for identifying and acquiring potential like-kind replacement properties in your 1031 exchange transaction. Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”) specifies that investors must identify candidate replacement properties within a 45-day period to defer capital gains taxes through a 1031 exchange.

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