An unrelated party who holds funds in escrow in the tax-deferred, 1031 exchange. The Accommodator has no economic interest except for any compensation (exchange fee) it may receive for acting as an Accommodator in facilitating the exchange as defined in Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Accommodator is technically referred to as the Qualified Intermediary (QI), but is also known as the Accommodator, Intermediary, Facilitator. Conatus works in conjunction with the Accommodator to make sure all is buttoned in the exchange when the customer is purchasing single family rental investment property as replacement property.
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