Tue, Feb 11, 2020 1:00pm – 3:00pm Thu, May 14, 2020 11:00am – 1:00pm
IRC 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges
The May 14th course offering will be held via Zoom. Please register below, which will trigger the Zoom link to be emailed 48 hours prior to class.
Rising real estate values, higher tax rates and new taxes were some of the reasons that we've seen a sharp increase in the number of real estate investors who structured their transactions as 1031 tax deferred exchanges. This 1031 seminar will give you a strong foundation in 1031 exchanges as well as covering some of the most recent changes.
• 1031 Exchange Guidelines and the Exchange Process
• Benefits and reasons to pursue a 1031 Exchange
• How investors can sell their investment property and move into their dream property...without paying capital gains tax
• How to exchange vacation homes & second homes
• Like-Kind Property
• Types of Exchanges
• Today's market and maximizing opportunity
• The benefits to you, the agent, in doing a 1031 exchange
• Latest updates in 1031 exchanges and impact on investors
• In-depth look at 1031 rules, deadlines, and ID requirements
Each attendee will receive IPX1031’s latest 1031 Exchange workbook and an exchange brochure (Useful in having when talking to clients about investment/business property)
This course does NOT have material to print and/or download.
TREC RULES for earning CE hours via electronic streaming services:
• Login/check-in for class begins 20 minutes before the stated class start time and ends once the class begins. Students must be logged in and their identification verified by the proctor BEFORE the stated class start time.
• Students must be visible on camera AT ALL TIMES to receive CE credit.
• Students may not take phone calls during class to receive CE credit. Instructors will provide time for breaks and lunch (if applicable). During designated break/lunch time, attendees may take care of personal calls, emails, etc. NOTE: Attendees should NOT log out at any time during the class.
• Students may not participate in computer-based work while attending class to receive CE credit.
• Students may not “Step away” from the camera for any reason to receive CE credit. If an emergency arises, please use the “chat” feature to privately notify the proctor of your situation.
• Students are also responsible for the performance of their own technology including audio volume, video clarity and reliable internet connection.
• Video, audio and internet access are all needed to access are all needed to successfully “attend” class.
• Providers must maintain a recording of electronically streamed course.
• Your camera must remain stable and UNMOVED during the course broadcast. Excessive camera movement is distracting and may result in a student’s removal from the class at the instructor’s discretion.
• No sharing a room with other students unless permission has been granted in writing from the provider.
Luke Hays, Esq.
2 Hours (TN ONLY)
Members: FREE / Non-Members: $20.00Register Back to Calendar