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A More Flexible 1031 Exchange

A 1031 reverse exchange enables you to buy first and sell later, giving you additional flexibility otherwise not feasible with a 1031 like kind exchange. By its very nature, a 1031 reverse exchange is much more complex than a 1031 like kind exchange. Not all qualified intermediaries (QI) handle 1031 reverse exchanges, and only one, NES Financial, has the industry’s leading expertise in these types of exchanges.

What Makes Us Different

Former IRS Chief Counsel attorney and NES Financial General Counsel  drafted IRS Revenue Procedure 2000-37 while at the IRS National Office, establishing the rules for the “safe harbor” Parking Arrangement for reverse exchanges

Highly experienced in-house attorneys proficient in all types of 1031 reverse exchanges

Client Services team with decades of experience in 1031 reverse exchanges

SOC 1, Type 2 audited processes to maximize funds security, transactional transparency, and regulatory compliance

Scale necessary to handle the largest and most complex reverse 1031 exchanges

1031 specific technology to automate documentation and other key functions