Midland 1031 – 1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary

Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code is one of the last great tax shelters for investors. The seller pays capital gains taxes with the sale of investment real estate. In some cases, capital gains can be as high as 25 percent. By performing a 1031 exchange, investors can defer the payment of these taxes.

A 1031 exchange is the process of a sale property exchanging for a new investment property. As long as this transaction is a “trade up” in value and debt, taxes are completely deferred.

Why You Should Choose Midland 1031

Midland 1031 is a proud member of the FEA (Federation of Exchange Accommodators). We have been in business for over 20 years, and our staff has more than 40 years of combined experience. We have two CES® (Certified Exchange Specialists) on staff. They will assist you with your exchange and ensure a smooth transaction.

As a premier Qualified Intermediary, Midland 1031 offers personalized service, security, and expertise in conducting your 1031 Exchange. Our clients work with a dedicated 1031 team member from the beginning of their exchange to the end. You’ll work with someone who not only knows your 1031 exchange transaction, they know you. This level of service helps us build relationships that last beyond the 180-day deadlines.

1031 Exchange Calculator

The Midland 1031 Exchange Calculator is an easy tool that you can use to estimate your exchange’s taxable impact. All aspects of your transaction are taken into account to ensure we provide detailed insight into your potential tax savings. You have the option to view and print your full estimated report for your convenience.

Schedule a Meeting

If you are looking to do a 1031 Exchange, schedule a virtual meeting with one of our exchange specialists.

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