Do you often wonder how does a 1031 Tax Exchange work? And if you can apply it with your investment properties?
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Traditionally, a 1031 Exchange is used to defer payment on capital gains on investment properties. However, in today’s confusing market it can also be a strategy to minimize risk as well.
How has COVID-19 affected your real estate rental portfolio? Do you find that you are at risk of tenants not being able to pay their rent?
Are you considering taking advantage of the COVID-19 increase in demand for suburban rentals and wonder if a 1031 Tax Exchange can work during a forbearance?
There are several key strategies worth considering to minimize risk and maximize profit. One example is leveraging a forbearance to create a buffer of time to sell and transfer the proceeds into a less risky area, or a HUD guaranteed rental property.
For more insights for landlords and real estate investors, also visit my recent interview with Michael Daiello, Esq who shares key insights on What to do if your tenants can’t pay their rent due to COVID-19.
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