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Defer Your Taxes With a 1031 Exchange




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Since 1994, we've been providing efficient 1031 Exchanges for our clients. Work with the Pros!

Experienced Attorneys

Steven Hickox is the attorney and co-founder of 1031X.com. With over 31 years of 1031 Exchange experience, you're in good hands!

Real Estate Professionals

Chris Sayre, co-founder, is a licensed Real Estate broker and understands the "in and outs" of the real estate industry.

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OUR REPUTATION IS OUR GOLD STANDARD.
Contact us with every confidence that your 1031 exchange will succeed.

Toll Free: 1-888-899-1031 
Denver: 303-504-0144
Florida: 386-338-0327

FAX: 303-715-1012
7060 E. Hampden Avenue #200, Denver, CO 80224



Capital Gains Tax Calculator: How Much Can I Save?


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Investors who use 1031 exchange to defer their capital gains tax generally have extra capital to improve the properties they purchase.
Use the calculator to understand possible tax savings.

 
1. Calculate Net Adjusted Basis:
    State Capital Gain Rate: %
  Original Purchase Price $
    plus Improvements +$
    minus Depreciation -$
  = NET ADJUSTED BASIS =$


2. Calculate Capital Gain Sales Price of Property:
  Sales Price $
    minus Net Adjusted Basis -$
    minus Costs of Sale -$
  = Capital Gain =$

3. Calculate Capital Gain Tax Due:
    Recaptured Depreciation (25%)
(5 taxed at 25%)
$
    plus Federal Capital Gain Tax
(Remainder:$-100 - $5 taxed at 15%)
+$
    plus State Capital Gain Rate: +$
    = TOTAL ESTIMATE TAXES DUE =$
    Simple Exchange Fee at 1031x.com -$
    =YOUR SAVINGS =$
 
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Who We Are


Work with the Pros! We have many, many years of combined experience in real estate and 1031 exchanges and are committed to the highest standards of customer service. Put our expertise to work today, and let us help you succeed with your 1031 exchange! We have the greatest clients across the United States, and it is our pleasure to get to know them while we assist them with their 1031 exchange. We hope you enjoy getting to know a little about us too!

Steven Hickox

Christopher T. Sayre

Denise Warfield


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  • Great working in the past with Steve. Saved me thousands of dollars in a previous transaction which has created me as a loyal client.

    — Kerry Blasdel | Denver —

  • Denise, Steve and Chris have always provided me exceptional service on my and my clients exchanges. I did my very first exchanges with Steve many years ago.

    — Charlie Gerretson | Gerretson Realty, Inc | Denver, CO —

  • I own a real estate firm of 450 agents and all of them go to 1031x.com. They are extremely knowledgeable and I wouldn't trust anyone else to do the transactions. Great job guys!

    — Lon W. —

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Defer Your Taxes With a 1031 Exchange

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Understanding Reverse 1031 Exchanges - Do you qualify? (Updated July 2017)

How To Do a Reverse 1031 Exchange
A brief overview of the process of a reverse 1031 exchange

  1. You have a property you want to sell. This is Property A.
  2. Before you sell Property A, you find a new property you want, Property B. The IRS says that the taxpayer may not own both properties at the same time, if they want to do a 1031 exchange.
  3. An qualified intermediary, like 1031x, purchases and holds Property B until you sell the Property A.
  4. Once Property A is sold (within 180 days), Property B is transferred to you and the capital gains are deferred.
 
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Related Party Transactions In A 1031 Exchange

Related parties and related entities are described in Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 267(b) and 707(b)(1). Those laws can be summarized as: “Related parties” include individuals who are lineal ancestors or descendants, brothers and sisters and spouses. Related business entities include corporations, partnerships, and LLCs in which the taxpayer (or a related individual) holds a fifty percent or greater interest. Parties also include an estate in which you are a beneficiary or a trust of which you are a beneficiary. Aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and relations by marriage (except spouses) are not considered. Planning opportunities exist.  For example a son in law can purchase replacement property from his in laws without running afoul of the rules. 
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Cash From Your Property - A 1031 Loan Lets You Access Equity

Freeing up money before you sell your relinquished property can be a real benefit! Taxpayers reason that after making substantial cash contributions to their investment property certainly they should at least be able to take their cash contributions back out on a tax deferred basis. Cash contributions include: down payment, monthly reduction of principal balance on mortgages, and capital improvements to the investment real property. Nevertheless, the Internal Revenue Service Regulations are clear: Exchange proceeds received by the taxpayer during an exchange will be taxed. 
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Related Parties and Section 1031

Many taxpayers wish to sell a less desirable property and purchase a more suitable property from a related party, and achieve tax deferral under section 1031.  The short answer is that it cannot be done. There are extensive tax rules about related party transactions, but the main point is that the IRS looks at related parties as the same taxpayer.  When a taxpayer sells the relinquished party to an unrelated person and buys the replacement property from a related party the IRS does not consider this as an exchange.  After the entire related party seller ends up with cash.  
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Toll Free: 1-888-899-1031

Denver: 303-504-0144
Florida: 386-338-0327

FAX: 303-715-1012

2120 S. Birch Street Denver, CO 80222


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