1031 Like-kind exchanges

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When real estate investors sell property with the intent to purchase another investment property, they often utilize an IRS 1031 like-kind exchange, sometimes referred to as a “Starker Exchange,” in order to defer paying taxes on the gain from the sale of the property. 

Lerch Early real estate attorneys have the knowledge and experience to structure transactions to comply with the intricate IRS exchange requirements.  Whether you are attempting a simultaneous exchange, Starker exchange, reverse Starker exchange, or tenancy in common (TIC) exchange, our real estate and tax counselors will guide you through the potential landmines and pitfalls.

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