How to Defer Taxes for Sellers when a 1031 Exchange Can't Be Completed
Starts: Wednesday, Sep 11, 2019 @ 11:00 AM
Location: BH/GLAAR 6330 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90048

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A 1031 exchange is a great opportunity to accumulate wealth in real estate but what if the 1031can't be completed or isn't appropriate and your sale becomes a taxable event?


What if you have a seller that’s wants to sell and retire and doesn't want more real estate? Do you have a 1031 exit strategy to defer your seller's taxes? His CPA tells him not to sell and use the stepped up basis and if he does, you don't make the sale. Learn why working together, your seller has a much better option than the stepped up basis.


What if you are selling an amazing high end luxury residential property and that the sale may create a large tax liability that is a concern to your sellers. That tax liability could be millions of dollars in taxes. What if in your listing presentation, you mention that you may be able to defer those taxes and your competition probably can't. 





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