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Concept 4

yes, every transaction is an exchange…

Not necessarily in the sense of a Section 1031 tax-deferred exchange under the Internal Revenue Code, but rather in the sense that every successful transaction is based upon all parties in the transaction being able to exchange what they HAVE for what they WANT. Most real estate “exchanges” involve two parties, a buyer and a seller. The buyer exchanges his money for real estate. The seller exchanges his real estate for money. Many real estate agents and brokers (and indeed their clients) never go beyond that level. They haven't needed to. They have done very well with listing and selling in the traditional marketplace. But the 'traditional marketplace' has changed tremendously. NRE/IMS brings an entirely new tool to the table in a vastly changed marketplace - the timing couldn't be better! For details on centralized data and experienced people, please click here…

Concept 4

yes, every transaction is an

exchange…

Not necessarily in the sense of a Section 1031 tax-deferred exchange under the Internal Revenue Code, but rather in the sense that every successful transaction is based upon all parties in the transaction being able to exchange what they HAVE for what they WANT. Most real estate “exchanges” involve two parties, a buyer and a seller. The buyer exchanges his money for real estate. The seller exchanges his real estate for money. Many real estate agents and brokers (and indeed their clients) never go beyond that level. They haven't needed to. They have done very well with listing and selling in the traditional marketplace. But the 'traditional marketplace' has changed tremendously. NRE/IMS brings an entirely new tool to the table in a vastly changed marketplace - the timing couldn't be better! For details on centralized data and experienced people, please tap here…
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