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Impact of Tax Code Reform on 1031 Exchanges

Today’s guest post is by Wayne D’Amico, CCIM, EVP of Corporate Development & Strategic Relations with Xceligent & Past President and Chairman of the CCIM Institute. Since 1987, D’Amico has been engaged in diversified services in nearly a billion dollars of commercial and investment real estate projects in the areas of strategic and valuation consulting, transactional brokerage and creative financing to a national clientele.


Stumping for the preservation of Internal Revenue Code Section 1031, Like Kind Exchange rule, appears to be another attempt by rich folk looking to keep their trough over flowing at the expense of the little guy.  Will the promised Trump tax reform preserve 1031 rules or gut them to the chagrin of investors?  It’s complicated, but let’s try to break it down.

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Video: Tax Aspects Of Commercial Real Estate

Just watched a great webinar from California attorney Roger Royse that runs almost an hour on the tax aspects of commercial real estate transactions. While situated in California law, plenty of universal CRE principles are covered.  Roger’s style is clear, concise and sharp, delivering helpful information to beginners and pros alike on:

  • Sales and exchanges
  • Non-recognition transactions
  • Deductions
  • Leases
  • Financing
  • Distressed Property
  • FIRPTA (Foreign Investments in Real Property)
  • Tax and estate planning
[DISCLAIMER: As usual, never, ever take anything published or linked here at The Source as legal advice. Always retain qualified commercial real estate counsel!]

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