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Tax Deferred Exchanges

Itís not how much you make, but how much you keep

Unlike residential properties, there is no exemption or grace period when selling investment property. Once sold, you have created a taxable event. The old business maxim, "It’s not how much you make, but how much you keep" is one of the main motivations behind so-called tax deferred real estate exchanging. Permitted under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, savvy investors can sell their property and move up to larger investments without currently paying large capital gains taxes.

This not only preserves wealth, but also increases your ability to create greater wealth by allowing you to use funds that would have been used to pay taxes, to acquire a much larger investment.

We have consummated countless exchanges using both the popular Starker Trust as well as doing outright equity swaps.


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DK Realty News & Updates

DK Realty Partners closes on the sale of a bank-owned property. A 12,000 SF Office Building, located in Des Plaines, IL. 

 

DK Realty Partners closes on lease deal with State Farm.   The space is a 990 sq.ft. retail space in the heart of the Clybourn Corridor of Chicago.

 

DK Realty Partners closes on Vacant Bank Owned Restaurant in Skokie, IL. The vacant one-story, 1,400+/- square foot fast food restaurant sold for $355,000.

 

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DK Realty Partners named on Crain’s Chicago Dealmaker Directory.  Click here to view the list.

 

David Kaufman launchs new real estate blog. He invites you to gain some insight into the current real estate market and/or share your thoughts with him. David shares his knowledge from more than 30 years in the business by fielding questions and stimulating input from others. Click here to view David's blog.

 

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