Property inspections and housing orders have been suspended indefinitely, and the closure has pushed up vacancy rates in many areas. The property market has not been spared and prices have fallen, but for those looking to reshape the property market
and then sell within 180 days. The most common exchange structure after 1031 is the trading of futures and then the sale or resale of the assigned objects in the future.
If you don’t want ownership of the new property or simply don’t know how to navigate the IRS “Safe Harbor policy, not every QI will make it easier to reverse. Reverse exchanges are more complex than futures exchanges, and that is one reason why it might be worth choosing your QIs carefully. You can do this by holding a replacement property with a qualified intermediary (a “QI”) until you can sell the property
At Granite Exchange, the attorney general was the lead authority in structuring 1031 exchanges. He co-authored the IRS Revenue Procedure for Reverse Exchanges and a comprehensive guide to reverse trading with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Unlike QI, you are equipped to facilitate a complicated exchange in complicated times.
Granite Exchange, we’ve put together an industry-leading track record of 1031 success, across tens of thousands of transactions and more than 20 years in the business.
Our Certified Exchange Specialists® (CES®) can explain the process and guide you through every step of the exchange to ensure that the exchange is done properly.
We are proud to have long-standing relationships with the intermediary community and have a designated team supporting relationships with escrow officers, lawyers, accountants, tax advisors, investment consultants and corporate finance professionals.