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The 1031 Exchange and Environmental Due Diligence

Posted on by Julie Norton

In the world of real estate investment, the synergy between environmental due diligence and the 1031 exchange is becoming increasingly vital. Environmental due diligence involves comprehensive assessments to evaluate potential environmental risks associated with a property. The 1031 exchange is a tax provision that allows real estate investors to defer capital gains tax by reinvesting the proceeds from the sale of a property into a similar property. It’s crucial to navigate the process responsibly, considering all facets of the investment, including environmental impact.

In the realm of 1031 exchanges, environmental due diligence plays a pivotal role during the property identification stage. By conducting assessments early on, investors can identify any potential environmental liabilities associated with the property they aim to acquire. Addressing these concerns before finalizing the exchange ensures a smoother transition and protects investors from future complications. Engaging with a qualified Environmental Professional can help investors recognize and mitigate potential risks associated with a property, safeguarding against unexpected costs and legal issues down the road. Farallon’s environmental experts possess the knowledge and experience to conduct thorough assessments and provide real estate investors with valuable recommendations.

If you are interested in learning more, Farallon’s Environmental Professionals familiar with the 1031 exchange include:

Tina Huff, REPA
Pacific Northwest market

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Kathy Lehnus, L.G., L.E.P
California market

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