Dear agents, investors & developers,
Test yourself by answering these real estate questions, if you cannot answer 80% questions posted, join our class to learn more!
Class I (4-hour CE credits): Title “Putting Together a 1031 Exchange” / Course# 43555
1: What is the difference between IRS tax code section 121 vs 1031?
2: How did the new tax law affect 1031 exchanges? Who qualifies for a 1031 exchange?
3: What types of investment property qualify for an exchange?
4: Why do investors need to do an exchange? What are the tax implications?
5: Can an investor still do an exchange after escrow has closed?
6: What is the min holding period to be considered an investment property per IRS guidelines?
7: What is net exchange value? What is the IRS formula to determine so?
8: Can I be sued by the seller (client) if I do not offer this option prior to the close of escrow?
9: What is a Cash boot vs Mortgage boot in an exchange? Why should I care?
10: What is the 45-day vs the 180-day rule? When do they start?
11: How many ways to identify your replacement property?
12: What type of exchanges are available to investors?
13: Can you flip a remodeled home to do a 1031 exchange?
14: Is related party transaction possible in 1031 exchange?
15: Can you break up a partnership in a 1031 exchange… much more!
Mr. Wai-Yew Lam – TREC Instructor / License #3906
Real Estate School of Texas – Provider #646
RSVP TO: email@example.com (c) 925.212.1727
Class location: 14010 University Blvd (training room)
Sugar Land, Texas
Date: April 21, 2023 – Friday
Time: 11.00am – 3.30pm
TX credits: 4 hours
Cost: Free – paid for by sponsor
Food: Yes – light food & drinks
Sponsor: East West Bank
Wai-Yew Lam, Trec Instructor