Northwest Indiana Real Estate Investor

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Many investors plan on buying then holding their real estate investments for Five Years. If they are buying only every six months, think of what kind of cashouts happend every six months once their pattern is established. Think of the return on investments as a CD on steriods. Even with Capital Gains currently at 15% that is great net proceeds. An average Joe working a 9-5 pays at least 28% for their income taxes. I think 85 cents is a lot better than 72 cents or less on the dollar after taxes. If you trade up with a 1031 exchange, you pay 0 cents on Capital Gains Tax. The tax is deferred. Email Commercial Affiliates 

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Bill Exeter
Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC - San Diego, CA
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The 1031 exchange is generally the best strategy for most investors because your cash (equity) is reinvested on a tax-deferred basis is like-kind replacement property and your cash continues to work for you and build your networth.  There are circumstances where it will make sense to pay the taxes, but generally tax deferral is the best strategy.
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