Is COVID-19 Putting Your 1031 Exchange at Risk?
Don’t let uncertainty in the market mean uncertainty for your Exchange.
- Difficulty scheduling inspectors for property condition reports
- Tenants not wanting unknown individuals touring their units during self-quarantine
- Property P&L statements becoming worse as rent collections are more uncertain
- Difficulty securing loans at reasonable interest rates
- Onerous lender requirements such as 12+ months’ reserves
Commercial real estate industry associations like ADISA and IPA have formally asked the Treasury and IRS to “delay 1031 Exchange deadlines” on March 23rd. An extension was granted for Exchanges via IRS Notice 2020-23. The extension allows for all Exchanges with 45-day identification and 180-day close deadlines occurring between April 1st and July 14th to be extended to the later of the traditional deadline or July 15, 2020. The extension provides some relief, however as of today there is no relief for exchanges beginning after June 1, 2020.
If you or your clients plan to perform a 1031 Exchange during Covid-19, please keep the following deadlines in place. While there has been a formal request submitted to the IRS for additional relief, this relief is uncertain as of today
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Austin Bowlin, CPA – Partner at Real Estate Transition Solutions, provides exit strategy analysis, execution, income and equity replacement options for investment property owners. To reach Austin, call 206-686-2201 or email email@example.com.
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