How to Sell Your Investment Property and Avoid Taxes
One of the most attractive elements of real estate investing is the ability to shelter your profits and take them to the next investment. This guide will teach you ways to do that while avoiding capital gains to help you become a more successful real estate investor.
First, a quick disclaimer. The information in this report is not provided as legal advice, financial advice, and/or tax advice. Before making any decisions about your property, consult with real estate and industry professionals.
Now back to what you’re here for. The four basic methods for avoiding capital gains taxes when selling investment properties are an UPREIT, Installment Sale, Doing Nothing, and a 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange.
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