A Qualified Intermediary is an unrelated party who participates in the tax-deferred, 1031 exchange to facilitate the disposition of the exchangor’s relinquished single family rental investment property or other type of property and the acquisition of the exchangors replacement property. The Qualified Intermediary has no economic interest except for any compensation (exchange fee) it may receive for facilitating the exchange as defined in Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Qualified Intermediary is the correct technical reference pursuant to Treasury Regulations, but the Qualified Intermediary may also be known as the Accommodator, Facilitator or Intermediary.
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