WHAT's a 1031 ?

In a nutshell, it's a way for owners of business and/or investment Real Estate to sell their property and buy other like kind property without paying the Capital Gains Tax. These transactions are known as deferred exchanges, or 1031 exchanges, and allow the investor to continue his investment in another property without loosing investment equity to taxes.

Fed rules clarify cap gain exclusion

What is a 1031 Exchange?

In the summer of 1990, the I.R.S. finally came out with the long awaited rules on Deferred Exchanges. Section 1.1031 of the Internal Revenue Code laid out in detail the procedure for turning a sale and purchase type transaction into an exchange.

These new rules allowed owners of certain types of like kind Real and Personal property to sell their property and buy other like kind property without paying the Capital Gains Tax.

The like kind provision for Real property is quite broad, and includes Land, Rental, and Business property. Any of which, can be exchanged for the other. The like kind provision for Personal property is more restrictive.

This type of property must be in productive use in a business (depreciable property), and can only be exchanged for the same type of property.

EQUITY ZONES of Northern California

What's a 1031

Home Locations City Search About MEET GINGER HOPP Closing Costs Inspections MLS search Insurance ABC's


"That which is obvious is often overlooked"... If you think the only path to riches is through the stock market,  then think again!   Now is the time to Invest in Real Estate at rock bottom pricing.  If you are a cash Investor, consider Notes instead of being a landlord. 


Continued... "what is a 1031"

As an example a business aircraft for a business aircraft (a fixed wing airplane for a helicopter will work), or a commercial truck for a commercial truck, etc.

The rule also required that the "Exchanger" use a safe harbor to hold the proceeds while the exchange was in progress, and spelled out what those safe harbors were.

The only practical safe harbor for most "Exchangers" is a "Qualified Intermediary."

Realty Exchangers, Inc., is a qualified intermediary, and is set up to assist you in making a smooth and easy exchange.

The rules also required certain time limits and other requirements, all of which are described in our free Procedure Manual, which you can download from this site.

If you have questions after reading it, please contact Ginger Hopp

  • BUY NOTES @ 45%-55% Current Value
  • 14% ROI average - Performing Notes
  • - https://gingett.tripod.com/reps
  • 1st Deed Mortgage Notes
  • Non-performing Notes - flip for more ROI
  • example scenario - call with questions


    SAFE  COMMUNITIES  TO  INVEST IN                                                Analyzing Real Estate So You Can Make Money

    Hopp for Action ... ... then, start packing !
                         Expect Extroadinary Service!
                         Your ' NEXT'  Realtor ®                                                                                    TESTIMONIALS

    GINGER  HOPP     BROKER CFS #01240587          Realtor Since 1998


    Specialty Counties:
    Placer County CA, Nevada County CA, Sacramento County CA, Marin County CA, Sonoma County CA, Napa County CA, San Francisco Greater Bay Area

      (707) 790-0022


      EagleEyesRealtor@outlook.com  "Certified Foreclosure Specialist"  
       Specializing in NOTES @ 70% of current market value

                            HOMES R WE            LOANS R WE    
                             Call Team-Hopp ~ we'll HOPP-to-it

    Thinking of Selling?     Call me & we'll discuss it ... no obligation