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There are 2 specific 1031 Exchange time periods when completing a tax-deferred exchange, the 45-Day and 180-day time periods.When should I do a 1031 exchange?
You have to initiate a 1031 exchange before the property sells. You can't do a 1031 exchange on your own. So if you're thinking of doing one, the first thing to do is to find a qualified intermediary, a company that facilitates 1031 exchanges.How long do I have to complete my 1031 exchange?
In order to complete an IRS-compliant 1031 exchange, there are two important time limits you need to keep in mind: You'll have 45 days from the sale of your original property to identify potential replacement properties.What's the holding period for a 1031 exchange?
Section 1031 was created as an incentive for taxpayers holding long term investments to sell those properties and defer the taxes by putting the proceeds into more investment properties. The Holding Period for Long Term Capital Gains is at least one year and a day.