Wednesday evening, President Joseph Biden unveiled his next ambitious $1.8 trillion spending bill — dubbed the American Families Plan. Almost immediately thereafter, the real estate industry began sounding alarms over the proposal to substantially limit Section 1031 "like-kind" exchanges.
Update: The Internal Revenue Service confirmed Wednesday that the federal tax-filing deadline will move from April 15 to May 17. The original date was set at May 15, but this year that falls on a Saturday; it is customary for
We explore the upcoming Biden Administration, the effect of COVID vaccines, which metrics matter the most when choosing real estate investments, and much more. Matthew Frankel, senior real estate analyst for Millionacres, a Motley
America just had a Presidential Election. It could mean big changes for real estate investors. As we're writing this, it sure seems like Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. will become the 46th President of the United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit commercial and luxury real estate harder than most other RE segments. We saw aid from the Federal Reserve and Congress go toward businesses, workers, municipalities, residential homeowners, and tenants to the tune
We created the 1031 Insider newsletter for news just like this. (100% free -- Direct to your inbox) Back in July, advisors for the presidential campaign of former Vice-President Joe Biden unveiled a new economic agenda. This
Needless to say, the COVID-19 pandemic came out of nowhere and left an economy reeling in its wake. The effect on real estate is profound, but not necessarily crippling. In this interview, 1031x director Sean Ross speaks with
Comparing the Pros and Cons of Opportunity Zones and 1031 Exchange After the Trump administration signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, America's real estate community was abuzz over the provision allowing for Qualified Opportunity
Moody's Chief Economist: Fed Interest Rate Cut to Boost Real Estate (with Caveat) The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided to lower the fed funds interest rate, decreasing by 25 basis points to 2.00%. The committee voted 8-2 in