- Settlement Services Corp
- 1031 Exchange Information
- Residential Services
- Commercial Services
As a general rule, all real estate is considered ‘like-kind’ to all other real estate. This means, for example, that you can exchange raw land for a skyscraper or a shopping center for an apartment building, which makes a like-kind exchange an attractive option for a taxpayer who wants to defer paying income tax on the gain from the sale of appreciated property.
Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code is not a tax loophole. It has been around as long as the tax codes itself and allows up to 100% deferral of the realized gain. This includes the capital gain plus the accumulated depreciation recapture. For investors large and small, there is no other provision in the tax code that favors this magnitude of tax deferral. Why ECA 1031 Services Corp.?
The selection of your Qualified Intermediary (QI) is crucial to the success of your exchange.
East Coast Abstract 1031 provides sound documentation and the services of highly-skilled exchange professionals.
There are other types of exchanges, such as reverse exchanges, improvement exchanges, and personal property exchanges. East Coast Abstract title insurance company provides unparalleled expertise for exchanges of real property, with a simplified and streamlined process.
Unlike other 1031 exchange servicer’s, ECA 1031 does not yield a profit from the exchanger’s deposit and only “parks” the deposits in Federally insured banks. Ask us about the CDAR programs.
Who Can Exchange?
- Corporations Partnerships Individual
- Limited Liability Companies
- Foreigners who own U.S. property
Reasons for Exchanging:
- Change for the type of property you own
- Accommodate life transitions
- Change tenants
- Transitions from maintenance-intensive property to professionally-managed property
- Improve your investment performance
At ECA 1031 we’ve made it easy for you. Just follow these 5 steps.
Step 1. The Contract Add the following language to your Contract for Sale: “In the event Seller so elects, at its expense, Buyer agrees to cooperate with Seller in effecting a tax-deferred exchange under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031, as amended. Seller shall have the right to elect this tax-deferred exchange at any time prior to the closing date and to assign this contact in connection with such tax-deferred exchange.”
Sign the contract to sell your existing business or investment property (relinquished property).
Step 2. The Contact When the contract is fully executed on the relinquished property, but before the property is transferred, contact ECA 1031. ECA 1031 will prepare the 1031 Exchange Agreement for you to sign.
Step 3. The Closing ECA 1031 assumes complete control of the net proceeds when the transfer of the relinquished property is completed.
Step 4. The Identification Notify ECA 1031 in writing of the identified replacement property(ies) within 45 days after the transfer of the relinquished property.
Step 5. The Acquisition Close on the replacement property(ies) within 180 days after the transfer of the relinquished property.
Before you begin the exchange process, consult with your tax or financial advisor to insure that a 1031 exchange is right for you. If it is, then contact ECA 1031 Services Corp. at 800-734-7110. We will help you complete the exchange process.
Our thirty (30) years of experience and our personal attention to every detail will “insure” that your home, condominium, or co-op ownership will be protected with the proper title insurance.