Ensure Your Exchange Funds Are Secure

Raising the Bar for Secure, Transparent, and Compliant Exchanges

In today’s increasingly complex economic environment, greater opportunities arise for mismanagement and misuse of funds, fraud, or even theft. With such unprecedented levels of risk, it is crucial to work with a qualified intermediary that does more than just automate routine tasks.

We Wrote the Book on Industry-leading Best Practices

Funds
Security

The security and accessibility of client funds are critical responsibilities of a qualified intermediary. Stringent measures are necessary to ensure funds security.

Transactional Transparency

A 1031 exchange solution must provide clients with the utmost in transparency. By ensuring full access to transaction information, clients can be confident about the status and proper handling of their exchange.

Regulatory Compliance

To ensure compliance with federal and state tax laws, qualified intermediaries ought to submit to an annual audit of their business practices and technologies. Exceptional qualified intermediaries surpass the minimum level of qualification, voluntarily complying with SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type II examination.

A Clear Advantage

Exchange funds are always held in qualified trust or qualified escrow accounts

Exchange funds are held in FDIC insured accounts that ensure 100% funds liquidity at all times

Exchange funds accounts are never held in the name of the qualified intermediary or commingled with the qualified intermediary’s operating funds

All account information is accessible in “real time” from anywhere

Document creation, storage, and management applications for full audit and reporting capabilities

Archived documents available to view, print, or email 24/7

In-Depth: 1031 Exchange – Experience Matters