Syndicated Equities has successfully worked with thousands of investors completing 1031 Exchanges. We seek to understand each investor’s personal investment preferences and goals before recommending a suitable replacement property option. The majority of our syndications are structured to accommodate 1031 exchanges. This provides 1031 investors with a vehicle to diversify their trade or access property they may not be able to acquire independently. Our net lease brokerage division has access to replacement property throughout the country and accommodates investors looking for sole ownership. In January of 2014, Syndicated Equities became an affiliate member of the Federation of Exchange Accommodators. The FEA is the only national trade organization to represent qualified intermediaries (QI’s), their legal and tax advisors, and affiliates who are directly involved in Section 1031 Exchanges. We look forward to increasing our involvement in the 1031 community and the opportunities this network provides.
Syndicated 1031 exchanges are offered via Metropolitan Capital Investment Banc, Inc., a member of FINRA and SIPC. To learn more about 1031 Exchanges and our firm’s experience, please contact Jason Schwartz or Jessica Healy at (312) 640-9020.
*Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows investors the ability to defer capital gains taxes on the sale of investment property by exchanging the proceeds into a like-kind asset within a defined period of time.