YES for this 1031 exchange – all properties you described will qualify. Even though these properties may seem different, they are both considered like-kind and therefore qualify for capital gains deferred under the IRS 1031 Exchange rules. Tweet
4 Bedroom 2.5 bath 2 story Newe... $1,050,000
Multifamily for Sale $1,360,000
8 UNIT LOFT STYLE TOWNHOUSE BUI... $130,000
Three Unit Property $3,397,680
Commercial land for sale near P... $1,200,000
Package 34 Units $560,000
Almost 10 Acres Multifamily Lan... $2,750,000
Original California Ranch $133,900
CASH FLOW 3 PLEX PROPERTY. $3,350,000
11.22 ACRE CORE INDUSTRIAL Vanc... $1,400,000
12 Unit Brick Apartment Buildin... $1,150,500
59 acre tract in rapidly growin... $740,000
2.82 Acres - High Visibility Pr... $15,511,000
Condo Bulk Sale in Multi-Famiy ... $224,500
Model Home needs investor Build... $1,650,000
Absolute NNN Unsubordinated She... $87,000
Rio Linda Home under 90k ATTENT... $249,500
.074 ACRES ZONED GC - RETAIL LA...
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