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.
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
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
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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
- What to do when some partners want to do a 1031 exchange, but others don't - A frequent call to our company goes like this: “Five of us own an LLC. The LLC, in turn, owns a piece
- Why Tenants in Common (TIC) structure is advantageous for 1031 exchange investors - The limited liability company (LLC) is a relatively young creature created by State statutes. By contrast, the concept of owning an asset as "tenants