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Avoiding Boot When Funding Cash Reserves in Exchange Transactions
Jan 01, 2005
It is often assumed that if a taxpayer receives cash in a tax-free exchange, the cash must be boot. It can be quite frustrating when a replacement property-lender requires that reserves be funded at closing, and funding those reserves with cash crea...
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Seller: Insure Thyself (For $50), Purchase a Seller's Policy of Title Insurance
Jan 01, 2004
Whenever property is sold, whether a residence or a skyscraper, title insurance is involved. Most people do not even notice. Typically, one of the seller's expenses in the sale of real property (land or buildings) is the cost of a policy of title i...
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Tenancy in Common Transactions: Practical and Tax Issues of Investing in Real Estate’s Hot New Investment
Jan 01, 2001
Investments in tenancy-in-common interests ("TIC") in real estate have been exploding. While TIC investments provide significant benefits, including preserving the ability to dispose of or acquire such properties as part of a Section 1031 tax-free ex...
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