Combining Both Principle Residences & 1031 Exchanges

Principle Residence 1031 Exchange

Per Revenue Ruling 2005-14, partially nontaxable exchanges are allowed under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code for the portion of the real property used for investment or business purposes.  See IRS Publication 544. 

If, in addition to like-kind property (used for used for investment or business purposes), you also dispose of non-qualified property (not used for investment or business purposes), then you must recognize gain or loss on the non-qualified property you sell. The gain or loss is equal to the difference between the fair market value of the non-qualified property and the adjusted basis of the non-qualified property. This portion of the gain may nevertheless be excluded under Section 121 of the Internal Revenue Code for principle residences. Both Sections 1031 and 121 may be applied to the same sale transaction.

Minnesota Qualified Intermediaries

 At Commercial Partners Exchange Company (CPEC1031), we give each of our clients the individualized attention that they deserve. Our intermediaries have twenty years of experience facilitating 1031 exchanges in the Twin Cities, and throughout the United States! We’ve got all the resources needed to make your 1031 exchange a reality. Reach out to our qualified intermediaries today at our office in downtown Minneapolis.

  • Start Your 1031 Exchange: If you have questions about 1031 exchanges, feel free to call me at 612-643-1031.

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