What Is a Delayed 1031 Exchange?
The delayed 1031 exchange is the most common type of 1031 exchange and will provide the property owner with more time to find a new replacement property and to close on the purchase of that property.
In a delayed 1031 exchange, the property owner first commences the sale of the current or relinquished property before completing the purchase of the new property. There is a time limit between the commencement of this process and the closure of sale of both current and new property. The delayed 1031 exchange gives property owners more leeway to sell property at a more flexible time and with a preferential market value.
- What Is a 1031 Exchange?
- How Do I Complete a 1031 Exchange Application?
- How Do I Choose a Qualified Intermediary for a 1031 Exchange?
- What Type of Property Can I Swap in a 1031 Exchange?
- What Are Some Advantages Provided by a 1031 Exchange?
- What Is the Timeline for a 1031 Exchange Application?
- How Can I Use a 1031 Exchange to Stop Managing Property?
- How Can I Take Advantage of a 1031 Exchange?
- How Long Do I Have to Complete a 1031 Exchange?
- What Is "Like-Kind" Property in a 1031 Exchange?
- What Is the "Boot" in a 1031 exchange?
- How Do I Fully Defer the Tax on the Sale of My Property through a 1031 Exchange?
- What Is a Reverse 1031 Exchange?
- Do I Need an Intermediary for a 1031 Exchange?