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    Concerned About The Cost Of Buying A Home?
    We understand all the decisions which go into buying a home. One of those being whether or not you can afford it. In order to help give you a better idea about different mortgage rates we have provided a tool for you, The Mortgage Calculator. You can use this to instantly calculate payments using today’s interest rate.

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    Income and Investment

    Part of our training and expertise is in the area of locating properties that will enhance your investment portfolio. We are trained to present you with residential and commercial properties which will offer you the maximum investment return possible. Complete property analysis, to include determination of market value, cash flow analysis and financial projections are available.

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    1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

    The IRS Tax Code, Section 1031, provides an avenue whereby an investor may sell real assets and reinvest the capital without paying capital gains tax.

    Many real estate investors are reluctant to sell their properties and pay high income tax. We will show you how to defer the income tax and roll it into a new property.

    What is Tax Deferred Exchange?

    A tax deferred exchange is simply a method by which a property owner trades one property for another without having to pay any federal income taxes on the transaction. In an ordinary sale transaction, the property owner is taxed on any gain realized by the sale of the property. But in an exchange, the tax on the transaction is deferred until some time in the future, usually when the newly acquired property is sold.

    These exchanges are sometimes called tax free exchanges, because the exchange transaction itself is not taxed. In an exchange, a property owner simply disposes of one property and acquires another property. The transaction must be structured in such a way that it is in fact an exchange of one property for another, rather than the sale of one property and the purchase of another.

    Today, a sale and a reinvestment in a replacement property are converted into an exchange by means of an exchange agreement and the services of a quality intermediary-a fourth party who helps to ensure that the exchange is structured properly.

    Misconceptions about Exchanging

    People often fail to consider tax deferred exchanging as an investment strategy because they are misinformed about the requirements of exchanging. However, once their misconceptions have been cleared up, property owners usually find Section 1031 is worth considering. One common source of confusion is that people often mistake exchanging for a rollover of a principle residence (under Section 1034 I.R.C.). In both cases, the tax is deferred, but in the case of section 1034, the taxpayer must rollover, or replace, his or her principle residence by buying a new principle residence within 24 months of selling the old one. No exchange is required. On the other hand, Section 1031 requires that an exchange take place. Both Section 1031 and Section 1034 are strategies available to taxpayers, but they are used in different circumstances and have different requirements.

    Contact our office today for more information or to get your sales process started.

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