§1031 EXCHANGES

§1031 Exchange transactions can be a successful tool to building real estate wealth.

We have represented property owners in a number of real estate 1031 Exchange transactions, ranging from routine to very complex. These transactions are a great way to preserve capital gains and increase your net worth in a tax-efficient manner.

Common questions that you may have regarding 1031 transactions:

  • Who are related parties?
  • What is a qualified intermediary?
  • What is “like kind” property?
  • How long do I have to identify replacement property?
  • What happens if I miss a deadline?
  • Can I borrow money from my replacement property?

Adishian Law Group’s founding attorney, Chris Adishian is a licensed California real estate broker. As a real estate law attorney and a licensed real estate broker, he is able to offer experienced guidance to clients with their real estate transactions.

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Led acquisition of prime location, $1,500,000 commercial property via a complex series of contingent transactions including a §1031 exchange, subordination by existing lender, substitution of collateral and seller carryback financing.

TYPE

Real Estate Purchase

TRANSACTION VALUE

$1,500,000

Advised clients on multiple, successful §1031 exchange transactions.

TYPE

§1031 Exchange

TRANSACTION VALUE

Over $3,000,000

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