Rules for a 1031 Exchange Infographic

5 Key 1031 Exchange Rules to Remember

If you just sold an investment property and are now on the market for a new one, a 1031 Exchange is a useful tool for deferring the capital gains tax that you would be responsible for. To qualify for a 1031 Exchange, however, there are several rules that the transaction must adhere to. These rules are simple but of the utmost importance and the oversight of these rules could lead to the disqualification of your exchange. 

Below is an infographic that we created to help our investors and better equip themselves for any upcoming exchanges. This is a brief infographic and is by no means comprehensive, however, if you would like more information take a look at our Comprehensive 1031 Exchange Guide to learn more.

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