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Results: 6
Active
$343,000
5662 Tucker Landing, Horn Lake, MS 38637
Community: Nicole Place Lot: 183
Floor Plan: Blue Jay Front Load Front Elevation: A
Active
$353,900
260 Azalea Drive, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose Lot: 74
Floor Plan: Sapphire Front Elevation: D

This featured home represents the floor plan. Actual front elevation, color, and finishes may vary. For more information, please contact a sales agent.

Active
$353,900
390 Azalea Drive, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose Lot: 144
Floor Plan: Sapphire Front Elevation: D

This featured home represents the floor plan. Actual front elevation, color, and finishes may vary. For more information, please contact a sales agent.

Active
$308,900
5398 Kaitlyn Drive East, Walls, MS 38680
Community: Mallard Park Lot: 87
Floor Plan: Maple Front Elevation: A

This featured home represents the floor plan. Actual front elevation, color, and finishes may vary. For more information, please contact a sales agent.

Active
$354,000
130 Primrose Lane, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose Lot: 168
Floor Plan: Blue Jay Front Load Front Elevation: A

This featured home represents the floor plan. Actual front elevation, color, and finishes may vary. For more information, please contact a sales agent.

Active
$314,000
5458 Kaitlyn Drive East, Walls, MS 38680
Community: Mallard Park Lot: 91
Floor Plan: Maple Front Elevation: A

This featured home represents the floor plan. Actual front elevation, color, and finishes may vary. For more information, please contact a sales agent.

Active
$343,000
5662 Tucker Landing, Horn Lake, MS 38637
Community: Nicole Place
Lot 183
Floor Plan: Blue Jay Front Load
Front Elevation: A
Financial
$895 Annual City Tax
$1,754 Annual County Tax
$33.33 Monthly HOA
Active
$353,900
260 Azalea Drive, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose
Lot 74
Floor Plan: Sapphire
Front Elevation: D
Financial
$10.00 Monthly HOA
Active
$353,900
390 Azalea Drive, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose
Lot 144
Floor Plan: Sapphire
Front Elevation: D
Financial
$10.00 Monthly HOA
Active
$308,900
5398 Kaitlyn Drive East, Walls, MS 38680
Community: Mallard Park
Lot 87
Floor Plan: Maple
Front Elevation: A
Financial
$33.33 Monthly HOA
Active
$354,000
130 Primrose Lane, Somerville, TN 38068
Community: Hedge Rose
Lot 168
Floor Plan: Blue Jay Front Load
Front Elevation: A
Financial
$10.00 Monthly HOA
Active
$314,000
5458 Kaitlyn Drive East, Walls, MS 38680
Community: Mallard Park
Lot 91
Floor Plan: Maple
Front Elevation: A
Financial
$33.33 Monthly HOA

Why Investors Love 1031 Exchanges

DIRECT OWNERSHIP

Direct ownership and control of the assets.

FLEXIBILITY TO LIQUIDATE

Sell when you want. Typically in just 60 – 90 days.

MORE CASH FLOW

Custom loan products available to enhance leveraged returns.

NOT ACCREDITED?

Available to both accredited and non-accredited investors.

LOW RISK

Low risk and high returns with 4.5% – 6% Cap Rates.

EASY PROCESS

Our turnkey process rivals the simplicity of a DST.

The 1031 Exchange Process

1

Contact a 1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary (QI)

Contact a 1031 exchange qualified intermediary (QI) to set up the exchange before you close on the investment property you wish to sell. This is an important first step as the proceeds from the sale must go to the QI who will hold the funds in an escrow account until they are redeployed for a new purchase. If the funds are sent to you directly (and not the QI), you are no longer eligible to complete the exchange.

2

Identify Properties to Purchase

Identify properties to purchase. Call Meridian to get support in finding replacement “like kind” properties that will satisfy your exchange requirements and meet your goals. Meridian will guide the investor through every step of the process.

3

Close on your Relinquished Property

Close on the sale of your relinquished property. Ensure that all funds are wired to your QI. Submit your identification period docs to your QI within 45 days of your sale.

4

Put Investments into Contract

Put all investments that you look to purchase under contract. Ensure that the expected closing dates and amounts comply with your exchange needs.

5

Close on your Properties - Enjoy the benefits!

Close on your properties and enjoy the benefits of a tax-deferred exchange. Meridian will work with the title company, closing attorney, 1031 exchange QI, and lender (if applicable) to streamline and simplify the closing process for the investor. We help make things easy.

1031 Exchange Rules

Are you a real estate investor looking for a convenient way to save on your tax bills? Then, you will be happy to employ a 1031 Exchange strategy that allows you to defer the amount you owe on tax. However, it is necessary to understand the working principles of the 1031 exchange to ensure you adhere to IRS guidelines.

45 - DAY RULE

You must identify the property/properties you wish to purchase for your exchange within 45 days of when you sell your relinquished property. It is helpful to know what you will be buying first before closing on your relinquished property to avoid the stress that goes along with this process.

180 - DAY RULE

You must complete the exchange (i.e. reinvest all proceeds from your relinquished property sale) within 180 days of when you close escrow on your relinquished property. You must comply with one of the following: the 200% Rule, 3 Property Rule, or 95% Rule. This will inform what kind of assets you can purchase to complete the exchange.

ADDITIONAL RULES

There are a set of rules you must adhere to when executing a 1031 exchange. The 45-Day Rule and the 180-Day Rule are the two most pertinent rules. To read more about 1031 Exchange Rules, visit our blog.

Benefits of 1031 Exchanges

The 1031 exchange allows taxpayers to indefinitely postpone capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes on the sale of an investment property if a “like kind property” is purchased within a specified timeframe. This allows investors to redeploy the net proceeds from a sale into “like kind” property without a taxable event. Aside from this great advantage, there are other benefits and strategies that people employ with the help of a 1031 exchange:

1

Diversify your Portfolio and Expand your Wealth
For many investors, this tax-advantaged strategy is a great way to diversify their portfolio, grow wealth, and generate more returns over time. An investor can exchange a single-family apartment in a highly favored market such as Los Angeles for many rental properties in a less exorbitant city and less volatile market, leading to a better cash flow. This “like-kind” designation affords some flexibility in diversifying asset type and location.

2

A Tool to Have More Investing Capital

1031 exchanges are a great way to grow wealth using pre-tax dollars.  So how does one take advantage of the equity that has built up in an asset if they are always rolling the profits into other investments?  One strategy people use is this: if an owner needs money but doesn’t want to pay the taxes from a home sale, they have the option to pull equity out of an asset doing a cash-out refi.  This strategy allows the owner to harvest equity tax-free that can be used at the owner’s discretion.

3

Build Wealth Compounding Purchases

Another common strategy people employ is in continuing to re-invest real estate funds into more (or better) real estate over the years via a 1031X.  One home may get sold after a few years, and that money can then be the down payment on two homes.  After a few more years, those homes are sold and are used to purchase four homes.  So on and so forth.  Being able to use pre-tax proceeds significantly enhances purchasing power.  By being able to add more doors to your portfolio, you are creating more diversification and increasing your depreciable basis (another form of sheltering income) which ultimately improves your returns and reduces your overall risk profile.  

4

Step Up in Basis

One might be thinking, “well it’s great I can defer the taxes now, but at some point, I’ll have to pay the IRS.”  While this would be true if you were to sell property outside of a 1031 exchange, what many investors do is choose to hold on to real estate until the day of their passing.  Under current laws, when someone passes away, all of their real estate holdings get a step up in basis, which means that the heirs of the assets will get the real estate reevaluated on the date of death and – if they choose to sell the home on the same date – would not be subject to any tax.  This can be a tremendous strategy to use in estate and succession planning.

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