An Eminent Domain 1033 exchange and a 1031 exchange achieve the same goal of deferring taxes, the regulations between the two sections of the IRC code differ slightly.
Eminent Domain: 1033 Exchange
- Do NOT have to declare candidate property:
- There is NO declaration timeline requirements for properties in a 1033 Exchange
- Involuntary conversion of property:
- An Eminent Domain 1033 Exchange relates to properties that have been seized INVOLUNTARILY
- 2-3 Year Timeline:
- The 1033 exchange typically gives investors anywhere from two to three years from the date of the eminent domain or other forced conversion to close on replacement, like-kind real estate to complete the exchange. In order for a 1033 exchange to be considered complete, an actual purchase must take place, and title must be passed to the investor before the exchange deadline is up; an enforceable contract will not suffice.
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- 45-day identification period:
- With a 1031 exchange, you MUST identify potential replacement property within 45 days
- Requires purchase of “like-kind” replacement property:
- The property that is purchased to replace the relinquished property MUST be “like-kind”
- 180 Day Timeline
- The replacement property must be declared and acquired within 180 days of selling original property
Please call Exclusive Financial Resources at (980) 242-2533 with any questions regarding 1031 and 1033 exchange guidelines, extensions, or any other exchange related matters. You can also schedule a 15-minute consultation here or email Louis Herford atLHerford@Exclusive1031.com.