The Title Holder is the entity that holds (name on) title to single family rental investment property or other type of property. In an Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 Exchange, the titleholder of the relinquished property must generally be the same as the titleholder of the replacement property or be a parent entity of the title holder “pass-through” entity of the replacement property. If a taxpayer dies prior to the acquisition of the replacement property, his or her estate may complete the 1031 exchange. When the acquisition and disposition entities bear the same taxpayer identification numbers the exchange usually qualifies.
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