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1031 Exchange

A 1031 exchange (also called a like-kind exchange) is named after a provision in the tax code. It states that if you use the proceeds from the sale of a real estate investment property to buy investment property of like kind, you can defer the capital gains tax. A 1031 exchange (also called a like-kind exchange) is named after a provision in the tax code. It states that if you use the proceeds from the sale of a real estate investment property to buy investment property of like kind, you can defer the capital gains tax.

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