In a delayed exchange, is there any limit to property value when identifying by using the two hundred percent rule?

By | July 26th, 2019|0 Comments

The IRS has framed a set of guidelines for all kinds of 1031 exchanges. One out of those guidelines states the limitation on the number of replacement properties an investor can identify. There are three property rules that work during the identification period in a 1031 exchange. The 200% Rule states that a 1031 investor can identify any number of replacement properties as long as the combined market value of all the identified properties doesn’t exceed 200% of the value of the relinquished property. Find out more about 1031 property rules, talk to a 1031 expert on 888-993-2835.

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