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Net Leased Properties With Billion Dollar Tenants Can Create Reliable Income And Preserve Wealth

Imagine a Billion Dollar Company Paying You Every Month For 20 Years Single tenant net leased properties with credit tenants offer an investment that has real estate as collateral and a lease guarantee from a multi billion dollar company. The properties are vital to the operations of these billion dollar companies. If chosen carefully an […]

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Why Doctors Should Buy Single Tenant Net Leased Properties

With changes to doctor compensation on the horizon due to health care reform it would be wise for doctors to start looking for investments that can produce reliable streams of income. Single Tenant Properties with long term leases to credit worthy tenants are perfect investments for doctors. A Triple Net Leased Property is ideal for […]

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Real Estate Exit Strategies

When interest rates rise and the real estate market starts turning “softer,” you may ask yourself the question “Do I want to continue owning real estate, or should I sell and consider other investment alternatives?” There are many wise investment alternatives, but the problem with selling real estate to get into them is that the […]

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About the 1031 Exchange

Frequently Asked Questions   [Q] Why do I need a Qualified Intermediary? [A] A Qualified Intermediary is necessary to create the exchange of properties required under Section 1031. First American Exchange simplifies the exchange process by accepting a transfer of your property, conveying it to a buyer, taking custody of the proceeds, buying the replacement […]

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Just the Basics: Tax-Deferred Exchanges Under I.R.C. § 1031

Tax Reductions Knowing some basic rules behind Internal Revenue Code 1031 can help investors defer paying capital gain tax on property dispositions, resulting in more money to invest in a property acquisition. Generally, any real or personal property can be exchanged, provided it is held “for productive use in a trade or business” or for […]

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