In the simplest terms, a 1031 exchange is a tax deferred swap of one asset for another of like-kind. Though not exclusive to real estate, it is widely used by property investors, and net lease properties have become popular replacement properties for investors due to the long-term nature of the leases, the durability of the rental income and the limited management responsibilities. However, despite their prevalence, 1031 exchanges can be complex and remain confusing to many investors.
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In a 1031 transaction the capital gains taxes are deferred, not eliminated. It is important to note that when the replacement property is ultimately sold the original deferred gain and any additional gains on the replacement property will be subject to tax. The exception being if the replacement property is sold as part of another 1031 exchange. Taxpayers must report an exchange to the IRS on Form 8824, Like-Kind Exchanges and file it with their tax return for the year in which the exchange occurred. While 1031 exchanges require careful planning and close oversight, they are a powerful tool to preserve an investor’s purchasing power.
This material has been prepared by Four Springs Capital Trust (FSCT) and Four Springs TEN31 Xchange, LLC (FSXchange). It is intended to be general information only and not to provide personal investment advice and it does not take into account the specific investment objectives, financial situation and the particular needs of any specific person. The information herein is believed to be reliable, however, the accuracy and completeness of the information is not guaranteed. Tax deferred real estate exchange transactions are complex. Failure to comply with the specific requirements of tax deferred real estate exchange transactions may result in the incurrence of taxes and a loss of the ability to defer taxes. Accordingly, investors should consult with their tax and legal counsel in connection with tax deferred exchanges.
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