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The 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange

By Ken Jones

November 21, 2015

1031, 1031 exchange, capital gains, federal income tax, investment property, real estate, real estate investors, reverse 1031, sales

The 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange is arguably the best available benefit to those seeking to built wealth by investing in real estate; it's also one of the most commonly misunderstood.

In this episode of the Ken Jones Real Estate Show, you'll learn how you can quickly build your real investment portfolio by deferring the payment of federal capital gains income tax by following the simply procedure contained in the Internal Revenue Code § 1031.


In this episode I outline all of the requirements of IRC § 1031 you'll need to follow in order to comply with the provisions of the 1031 Exchange. I also explain these rules in practical, easy to understand terminology, including:

  • The definitions of "relinquished" property and "replacement" property.
  • The specific time frames that must be followed;
  • The definition of a "qualified intermediary";
  • The role and responsibilites of the "qualified intermediary", and
  • Who can - and who CANNOT act as your "qualified intermediary.

I can say, without any reservation, if you're truly serious about becoming a real estate investor, or improving your present real estate investment portfolio, this 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange episode is one of the most important and most beneficial thus far in the Ken Jones Real Estate Show series.

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss this, or any other topic with me further, contact me by clicking on the  Start recording  button below and leave me a voice message right from your computer, smart phone or tablet. You can also send me an email, if you prefer.

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