Real Estate Investing in a Seller’s Market: How a Reverse 1031 Exchange Can Help Defer Tax on Capital Gains
A 1031 exchange, otherwise known as a “like-kind exchange”, is a common tax strategy for real estate investors…
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By facilitating discussions between the Missouri Assessors office and our client, we were able to support that $6.5 Million of short-term rental equipment is and should continue to be exempt from the state’s ad valorem or personal property taxes.
By conducting cost segregation studies on senior living apartment and college apartment developments we netted the developers $415,000 in net present value with the combined cost segregation studies.
By completing a cost segregation study on seven senior living facilities developed and built we saved the developer/investor $340,000 within the first year of operations. The overall net present value of completing the cost segregation studies for these senior living facilities exceeded $2 million for all projects.
Worked with a client on the sale of existing office space and purchase of a new building defer approximately $15,000 of tax on the sale through a like-kind exchange. Additionally, because the new building was located in a historic district, we were able to assist the client through the process of applying for MO Historic Tax Credits related to the planned rehab of their new building.
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