Real Estate Investor 1031 Exchange DST Replacement Property Listings Launched

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MoneyMallUSA Corp has announced a new update to its 1031 exchange property listings. The company welcomes buyers, sellers, and investors looking to defer capital gains taxes on their property.

Many property investors are actively seeking ways to save money on taxes. One of the most effective strategies is taking out a 1031 exchange, which is facilitated by the latest update from MoneyMallUSA Corp.

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The latest service update aims to streamline the process for real estate investors. Named after Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, the exchange is a procedure that allows anyone to sell an investment property with the goal of deferring tax.

Investors simply need to swap the property for one that is considered like-kind, however in reality this can lead to an investment that continues to grow over time. Investors can profit in this way until they decide to ultimately sell a property for its cash value. Again, they can swap till they drop.

MoneyMallUSA Corp offers a range of properties including grocery stores, medical offices, commercial office buildings, and shopping centers. Investors can also find apartment complexes, student housing, storage facilities, and more.

There are a number of benefits to using a 1031 exchange, whether investors want to consolidate their properties or diversify their portfolio. It can also help to free up more capital, allowing them to invest in other assets.

The company explains that 1031 exchanges are a useful way of deferring capital gains tax for an extended period of time. They can also provide fast relief from the burden that people often experience with active property ownership.

Investors can contact MoneyMallUSA Corp for both cash investment opportunities and 1031 exchange fractionalized DST (Delaware Statutory Trust) properties. The latter can hold title to investment real estate in a similar way to an LLC but allows for stand alone ownership of their fractional shares under IRS Rev. Ruling 2004-86, Internal Revenue Service.

A full guide is provided on the company website, so investors can learn more about the process. Experts are also on hand to help, and ensure a more streamlined experience.

A spokesperson for the company states: “The typical minimum investment for a DST 1031 Property is $100,000, allowing an investor to diversify his or her exchange proceeds among multiple properties. DST 1031 properties also have various leverage ratios to potentially satisfy an investor’s exchange requirements of taking on equal or greater debt.”

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