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1031 Exchange and Tenancy-in-Common: Seeking the Right Advisor to Achieve TIC Investment Objectives
Written by Cary Losson

Thursday, 01 December 2005

A long-established section in the federal tax code, section 1031, allows real estate investors to sell property that has been held for investment purposes and defer capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes if they acquire "like-kind" exchange property of equal or greater value and reinvest all of their equity. Since the mid-1990s, many investors have experienced the benefit of reinvesting their equity into investment property interests structured as Tenancy-in-Common (TIC). TIC owners hold an undivided fractional ownership interest in investment property evidenced by a deed of trust.

Removing IRS Liens And Levies
Written by Barry Smith

Friday, 28 October 2005


I want to tell the story about how I came up with what has proven to be a viable
process to remove IRS liens and levies.

Meth Labs
In Colorado Springs 153 meth labs were found last year and it is estimated 200 will surface this year. There are distinct environmental/health risks that remain on the property even after the lab is no longer there. Here are a few tips from the Colorado Springs Police Department:

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