When you sell a property that has appreciated, you could owe taxes. Here are some options to help you avoid a big tax bill.
Do you want to sell? If so, is it because you need some or all of the cash proceeds from a sale, or do you just want the property off your hands?
Have you considered a tax-deferred 1031 exchange? If so, are you eligible?
Do any of these goals apply: defer taxes, increase monthly income, or reduce ownership hassles?
If your property has upside potential, have you considered making physical or operational improvements—and then selling with a tax-friendly strategy?
Are you up-to-date on federal, state, and local tax law and how you might be affected based on your plans with the property?
If you plan to do a 1031 exchange, we can adjust the closing date so you have more time to complete the exchange—without the stress of the usual 45-day deadline.
Smart options to defer taxes and get what you want
Earn a steady monthly income—and minimize ownership hassles, expenses, and liability.
Our Installment Sale is a sale, but instead of receiving all of the cash at closing, you can earn more—and defer taxes—by taking payments over time. Since it’s a sale, you eliminate the baggage of ownership.
Our Ground/Master Lease removes most of the hassles, expenses, and liability of owning rental property. Choose your lease duration, earn monthly income, and enjoy zero vacancy and turnover costs. Since there is no sale up front, you don’t pay any taxes.