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6 Reasons To Sell The Income Property You Love And How To Avoid Taxes When You Do 1031 exchange and Kay Properties

6 Reasons To Sell The Income Property You Love And How To Avoid Taxes...

By Jason Salmon Senior Vice President and the Kay Properties & Investments Team Many investors recoil at the thought of selling a piece of investment property. And they usually have a good reason, whether it’s missing...
Datalinx credit reporting and What Eviction Reporting Codes To STOP Using Now and a New CDC Eviction Moratorium

What Eviction Reporting Codes To STOP Using Now and a New CDC Eviction Moratorium

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown everything out of whack including credit reporting. Creditors have made unprecedented accommodations to help struggling debtors. As a result, you’ve had to shift the way you reported credit to ensure...
Why Now is the Time to Invest in Real Estate - FREE Zoom Seminar

Why Now is the Time to Invest in Real Estate – FREE Zoom Seminar

Are you interested in earning passive double-digit returns in real estate investments that are secured by real property? Do you really want to get to know who you are investing with before you pull...
The Case Study of a 1031 DST Specialist

The Case Study of a 1031 DST Specialist

By Steve Haskell Vice President at Kay Properties and Investments There are various strategies when using DSTs (Delaware Statutory Trusts) in a 1031 exchange. Some investments are as easy as a simple exchange from one property...
Kay Properties and 1031 and 1033 exchanges and eminent domain options details

Do DSTs work for a 1033 Exchange due to eminent domain or involuntary conversion?

By Dwight Kay CEO of Kay Properties and Investments and the Kay Properties Team  Understanding the rules of a 1033 Exchange aka Involuntary Conversion DSTs provide replacement options for a property sold under eminent domain. Property owners initiating a...
Understanding Debt Structures Prior to Investing

Understanding Debt Structures Prior to Investing

By Kay Properties Individuals who are investing in real estate through a 1031 exchange – or investing after-tax dollars – will need to consider investing either in property that has a mortgage or property that...
Purchase Your Next Property at Auction with a Retirement Account

Purchase Your Next Property at Auction with a Retirement Account

By Stephanie Fryar Whether an auction is in-person or online, the goal is still the same: To acquire the piece of real estate at a fraction of the price. A common misconception is that it...
Lasting Damage: Reporting Tenants to Credit Bureaus is a Powerful, Effective Option

Lasting Damage: Reporting Tenants to Credit Bureaus is a Powerful, Effective Option

An unfortunate reality of property management is the inevitability of dealing with slow-pay and no-pay tenants. Even though a tenant may pass your initial creditworthiness processes at application time, it’s impossible to predict if...
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How To Find Tenants During COVID-19

Rental markets across the United States have been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. The struggling economy has shown signs of slow recovery, but renters remain unemployed with months of unpaid back rent. However, an innovative...
Understanding the potential advantages of the 200% Rule in a 1031 exchange

Understanding the potential advantages of the 200% Rule in a 1031 exchange

By Dwight Kay, Founder & CEO; Betty Friant, Senior Vice President and The Kay Properties Team  “Is that your final answer?” You may recognize the question made famous by the popular TV game show Who...