One of the main reasons that apartment owners delay selling their multifamily properties is because of the complicated decisions about what to do next.
Some people want to grow their portfolio into larger assets.
Some people want to change the type of investing they do to something that is less management intensive.
Still others want to get out of real estate all together.
Regardless of the motivation, many people will have a significant capital gains tax bill which can really eat into ones’ profits. Thankfully, there are ways to legally and ethically defer or even avoid this expense. It simply takes proper forethought and planning.
Whether you decide to simply pay the tax or not, it’s important that you understand the variety of options available to you.
Please click on the links below to read about more details.
- 1031 Exchange
- Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)
- Delayed Sales Trust (DST)
- Opportunity Zone Funds
- 721 UPREIT
- Contract For Deed / Installment Sale