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Can a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange Be Set Up at the Last Minute?

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Yes, as long as the transaction has not closed. 1031 Exchange Place can successfully convert a sale into an exchange. In urgent cases, we’ve prepared documents and faxed them to the title company within an hour. At 1031 Exchange Place, we understand that sometimes life happens and things come up unexpectedly. That's why we offer last-minute 1031 tax deferred exchange services to accommodate our clients' needs.

It's important to note, however, that a 1031 exchange requires careful planning and execution to ensure it complies with IRS regulations. Even if you're setting up an exchange at the last minute, it's crucial to work with experienced professionals who can guide you through the process and ensure all requirements are met.

Our team at 1031 Exchange Place has years of experience in handling 1031 exchanges, and we can help you set up a last-minute exchange that meets all IRS regulations. We understand the time-sensitive nature of these transactions and can work quickly to ensure your exchange is set up as efficiently as possible.

So, if you find yourself needing to set up a 1031 tax deferred exchange at the last minute, don't panic. Just give us a call at 1031 Exchange Place, and we'll be happy to assist you in setting up a successful exchange.

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