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The focus of Securitas1031 is to provide 1031 Exchange Investors with an efficient exchange facilitation service focused on achieving the clients' tax saving goals.

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Securitas1031 helps investors structure and complete 1031 Exchanges and is continually consulting with real estate investors, realtors, attorneys and accountants to meet their tax needs.

Providing intelligent investment opportunities!

Types of 1031 Exchanges
  • Deferred (aka Delayed)

  • Simultaneous

  • Construction (aka "To Be Built")

  • Reverse Exchange

  • Reverse Construction

  • Non- Safe Harbor Reverse

Recent News

"The market becomes volatile when investors harbor deep concerns about near-term trends and asset valuations. All of this is posing as a challenge for many investors, leading to uncertainty on how to best proceed and resulting in feelings of apprehension. Despite the uncertainty, investors are cautiously optimistic, with the majority planning on staying the course. In fact, 82 percent of investors surveyed in CBRE’s Global Investors Intentions Survey said they were going to invest the same or more in 2016 compared to 2015. Regardless of swings in the markets, those willing to maintain a thoughtful, long-term approach coupled with superior execution will be positioned for success."


William Dampier | Vice President

City Bank wdampier@citybanktexas.com


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The biggest reason investors do not make money is simple: They pay too much for the properties. The number is the number, and you don't go above that. The profit is locked in immediately once the investor buys the property. Due to mistakes in the analysis, the investor pays too much and then is surprised later when he/she doesn't make any money. Stick to your formula. A carefully prepared analysis can tell you exactly what your return will be, based on certain criteria. You must be willing to walk away if the seller is unrealistic or unwilling to work within your parameters.

Searching for the right property can be a time-consuming and frustrating process. And when a prospective investor finally finds a property that actually meets his/her needs/wants, the investor is naturally anxious to have the seller accept the bid. The problem with being anxious is that anxious investors tend to overbid on properties. Overbidding on a property can have a waterfall effect of problems. Investors may end up overextending themselves and taking on too much debt, creating higher payments than they can afford. As a result, it may take years for the investor to recoup this investment.

Investors should realize that there are always other opportunities out there, and that even if the negotiation process becomes bogged down or fails, the odds are in their favor that there is another property out there that will meet their needs. It's just a matter of being patient in the searching process.


William Dampier | Vice President

City Bank wdampier@citybanktexas.com


A new study of the U.S. commercial real estate market highlights the critical role that 1031 like-kind exchanges play in stabilizing rents, safeguarding property values, and strengthening the economy. The study, "http://images.magnetmail.net/images/clients/CCIM/attach/Ling_Petrova_Economic_Impact_of_Repealing_or_Limiting_Section_1031_6_22_15.pdf," analyzed more than 1.6 million real estate transactions over an 18-year period.  It confirmed like-kind exchange provisions have led to a more dynamic real estate sector by encouraging increased investment and reinvestment activity, allowing real estate owners to better allocate resources and decreasing level of debt in commercial and multifamily real estate transactions.