The 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange and the Real Estate Investor

Dave Foster of Exchange Resource Group (http://www.erg1031.com), a qualified intermediary and GREEN’s resident expert in 1031 tax deferred exchanges.

Join GREEN instructor Dave Foster as he chairs a series of discussions about the 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange. Be advised that Dave has provided a full introduction to the 1031 Exchange that is always available on-demand to all GREEN members: https://www.learnfromgreen.com/course/1031-tax-deferred-exchange-introduction/

 

We recommend that participants watch this program and then join Dave EVERY SECOND TUESDAY of the month at NOON to 1:00pm CENTRAL for a live and face-to-face explanation/discussion of the 1031 Exchange, its various applications, and how it might best be utilized to benefit you as a real estate investor. Bring your questions.

 

 

Here is the link: https://zoom.us/j/9537175064

 

PLEASE NOTE: When you click on the above link, you will be asked to allow a quick platform download (about 10 seconds). If all works as it should, you will see the platform load up. You will see yourself in a test window and be given the opportunity to test your microphone.

 

In addition…

 

You will need a video camera (a built-in camera will suffice for now).  Long term, we recommend the Logitech c920 OR c930 for a quality camera at an affordable price.

 

We also recommend that you use a headset with built-in microphone. Even a simple $20 headset from Walmart works just fine. The headset helps to prevent needless feedback where the audio from other conference attendees cycles back into your microphone and causes distortion. If you love tech and want more options, check out ZOOM’s recommendations (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-Mac-and-Linux).

 

If you have ANY difficulty in logging in to the ZOOM video teleconference meeting room, we suggest that you call the Zoom Tech Support line.  They are excellent and will have you functioning in minutes.  About 95% of the people we conference with have NO problems logging in… but that means that 5% do. The Tech Support line is (888)799-9666 ext 2 or (650) 397-6096 ext 2.