Many taxpayers who want to do a 1031 exchange wonder if they have enough time or if it’s too late. In this article, we will talk a little bit about the various time constraints of a 1031 exchange so you can determine whether or not you have the time to conduct a 1031 exchange.
Calculating Your Timeline
In a typical 1031 exchange you have 180 days total from the start of your exchange to completion. The first 45 of those days are your identification period. There are some rare exceptions to these rules, but for the vast majority of exchanges you need to stick to these timeframes.
Calculate your 1031 exchange deadlines with our online calculator.
Last Minute Deals
Generally, the earlier you begin the 1031 exchange process the better. If you wait until the last minute to set up the exchange, you may not have enough time. If you are even considering a 1031 exchange, contact a qualified intermediary to discuss your options.
1031 Tax Deferral
If you are looking to sell investment real estate, why not avoid a hefty capital gains tax bill by conducting a 1031 exchange of the property? Like-kind exchanges are a legitimate way of deferring your taxes on the sale of real property and making your money work for you in a future investment. At Commercial Partners Exchange Company, our qualified intermediaries have two decades of experience working with taxpayers all over the country on their 1031 exchanges of real property. Contact our team today at our downtown Minneapolis office to discuss the details of your exchange and how we can help you save money!
- Start Your 1031 Exchange: If you have questions about 1031 exchanges, feel free to call me at 612-643-1031.
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