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Exchange Overview

Property Status

If the Relinquished Property (the property you are selling) is in escrow, immediately contact an Exchange Accommodator. Once escrow closes, unless appropriate measures were taken, you will be disqualified from conducting an exchange.

Identification 45 Day Rule

The Identification Period begins on the date the Relinquished Property closes escrow and ends at midnight on the 45th day thereafter. The Replacement Property must be identified in a signed writing, unambiguously describing the property, and must be delivered to a party to the exchange. Identification may be made pursuant to the 3 Property Rule or the 200% rule.

The 3 Property Rule

The 3 Property Rule allows for identification of up to three U.S. properties, without regard to fair mar value of the properties.

The 200% Rule

The 200% Rule allows for identification of four or more properties as long as the combined value of a properties identified does not exceed 200% of the fair market value of the Relinquished Property.

Deferral of All Capital Gains Tax

To defer all capital gains tax, an Exchangor must reinvest 100% of the sales price of the Relinquished Property in a property (or properties) of equal or greater value. This means that if the property was mortgaged, the Exchangor will have to come up with the cash for the difference or will need to obtain another mortgage to reach the sales price.

What if I don't want to invest all of the cash?

If an exchange is otherwise in compliance with all relevant I.R.S. guidelines, only the portion of cash received by the Exchanger will be subject to taxes. The tax consequence occurs the year the cash was received.

Timeline 180 Day Rule

Day one of the exchange begins on the date of close of escrow on the Relinquished Property. An exchange client must complete purchase of the Replacement Property by day 180. The only exception Presidentially declared federal disaster that specifically extends this timeline.

*Rodeo 1031 is a qualified intermediary. Rodeo 1031 Exchange does not provide tax or legal advice, nor can we make any representations or warranties regarding the tax consequences of your exchange transaction. Property owners must consult their tax and/or legal advisors for this information. Our role is limited to serving as qualified intermediary to facilitate your exchange.