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How to Complete a 1031 Exchange with a Private Equity Sponsor

Grow Your Investment Capital and Diversify Your Portfolio, While Deferring Capital Gains Taxes Over Time.

After reading this e-book, you should have a requisite understanding of the 1031 Exchange process from top to bottom, what the benefits and risks associated with a 1031 Exchange are, and how to successfully conduct one with a private equity sponsor.

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Grow Your Wealth, While Deferring Capital Taxes Indefinitely

With "How to Complete a 1031 Exchange with a Private Equity Sponsor"

Here's What You'll Learn:

  • How you can qualify for a 1031 Exchange
  • The 4 different types of 1031 Exchanges and which one is most commonly executed
  • How to defer your capital gains taxes indefinitely
  • How to effectively diversify your real estate investment portfolio using a 1031 Exchange.
  • The 4 primary risks you'll face when conducting a 1031 Exchange
  • How to find the most suitable replacement property for your 1031 Exchange.
  • Our simple, 4-step process to help you get started with your first 1031 Exchange
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