June 3, 2019

Qualified Opportunity Fund Or 1031 Exchange: Which Strategy May Be Right For You?

Platform Ventures CIO, Todd Blanding, was recently featured in Forbes discussing the differences between a 1031 Exchange and an Opportunity Fund.

“For years, the 1031 exchange has been a preferred, efficient strategy for real estate investors to defer taxes on capital gains associated with their direct real estate investments. However, with the creation of the opportunity zone program outlined in the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there is now another potentially compelling tax strategy to consider. There are some key considerations real estate investors should evaluate when contemplating which program works best for their portfolio.”

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