Asset Security

Asset Security In every 1031 exchange, whether deferred or reverse, the Exchangor entrusts valuable assets to their Accommodator. In the case of a deferred exchange, the cash proceeds from the sale of the Old Property are held by the Accommodator until the purchase of a New Property is closed. In the case of a reverse […]

Delayed or Reverse?

Delayed or Reverse? Risk, asset management and economics. These criteria should all be carefully evaluated when developing an optimal exchange strategy.  First and foremost, the optimal strategy should be the one that is less risky. There are two primary categories of risk in 1031 exchanges: risk of a failed exchange, causing a loss of the tax deferral, […]

Reverse exchanges that require more than 180 days

Reverse exchanges that require more than 180 days There are two common situations in which the 180-day completion period for a safe-harbor reverse exchange may not be enough. The first is a reverse exchange in which it is known at the outset that more than 180 days will be required to complete the exchange. The […]

Types of Reverse Exchange

Types of Reverse Exchange There are three primary forms of safe-harbor reverse exchange: Exchange First, Exchange Last and Improvement. Our Exchange Officers are experts at determining which form is right for optimizing a particular exchange strategy. The Exchange First form is frequently used when the Exchangor has arranged financing for the purchase of the New […]