Exchangers can achieve greater flexibility for their 1031 exchanges by structuring a reverse 1031 exchange. Unlike a forward exchange, a reverse exchange structure allows you to buy first and sell later, taking advantage of opportunities when they arise and providing a strategic advantage in a competitive real estate market.
Even if you’re experienced with the procedure for how to perform a 1031 forward exchange, you may not be familiar with what is required for a reverse exchange. In fact, many Qualified Intermediaries aren’t equipped to handle the intricacies of these complex transactions.
As one of the industry experts in these types of exchanges, JTC is uniquely positioned to provide end-to-end servicing for reverse exchanges, including EAT entity formation, loan and documentation services, and Qualified Intermediary services for all types of reverse exchanges.
In this factsheet, you’ll learn about the types of reverse exchange and the services JTC offers to help our clients throughout the exchange process. You’ll also find out about JTC’s best practices approach to providing the utmost in security, transparency, and compliance from beginning to end and what makes us the QI of choice for reverse exchanges.
To learn more about JTC’s end-to-end services for Section 1031 Reverse Exchanges, download the factsheet by filling out the form to the right.