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A properly executed 1031 Exchange allows investors to defer gains and accumulate significant wealth by “trading up” during their lifetime without paying capital gains taxes at the time of the sale of each asset.The regulations are strict, however, and the IRS will not permit variations to the “safe harbor” created by the exchange rules.

We are an attorney owned and operated exchange facilitator dedicated to providing our clients with superior service at the lowest advertised exchange fees in the United States. You can pay more, but you won’t find an exchange facilitator with more knowledge and overall real estate experience than e1031xchange Inc.

Who We Are

e1031xchange is a national qualified intermediary service offered through the law offices of Jerry M. Feeney, Esq. Jerry M. Feeney is one of New York City’s foremost legal experts on residential real estate. His practice is focused on representing buyers and sellers of cooperative apartments, condominiums, and townhouses.

Mr. Feeney graduated cum laude from Fordham University School of Law in 1995, where he was inducted into the Order of the Coif for his high academic achievements in the study of law. After graduating, he worked in the Division of Enforcement in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, prosecuting violators of the federal securities laws, and thereafter was an associate with the prestigious firm of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, practicing in the field of complex commercial and securities litigation. Subsequent to that, Mr. Feeney practiced commercial litigation and real estate law with the firm of Ingram Yuzek Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP, before leaving to start his own practice in 2003. Mr. Feeney has been quoted in such prominent publications as The New York Times, Details, New York Magazine, and The New York Law Journal. He appears weekly on Eye On Real Estate, on radio AM970, whose signal reaches millions of listeners, where he provides expert legal commentary on the NYC real estate market. He is also the real estate law columnist for the New York Daily News online real estate edition. He regularly teaches and lectures on real estate, and is licensed by the New York State Department of State to teach continuing education courses to licensed brokers and agents. He has offices in Manhattan, Bridgehampton and Warwick.

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Testimonials / What Our Clients Say

Thank you for your work on this 1031 exchange, I was pleased with the level of service.
Troy Foxworth, All County Property Management Pros