Smart Strategies for Real Property Investments in Retirement is Focus of “Silver Hair Tsunami” Panel Featuring Exeter 1031 Exchange Services LLC

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Learn how to secure a long, stress-free retirement by making informed decisions about investment real estate.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services LLC's founder, William L. Exeter, is a featured panelist for the “Silver Hair Tsunami” retirement workshop taking place September 25th from 6-8 p.m. at San Diego’s Kona Kai Club located at 1551 Shelter Island Drive. An ensemble of expert advisers spanning real estate, financial planning, and economics will discuss means for securing a long, stress-free retirement.

Silver Hair Tsunami addresses five critical questions to ask when transitioning real property investments. Topics include:

  • Downsizing your primary residence and minimizing capital gains
  • How to make the move into a transitional living facility without taxation
  • Transition rental properties into investments that increase with inflation and avoid capital gains
  • 3 critical time and money saving steps to take before selling any real estate

For more information and to RSVP visit http://www.AllianceGroupRE.com/Event or call 1-800-552-0841. The event is free but space is limited.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC is a leading national provider of Qualified Intermediary, Exchange Accommodation Titleholding, and 1031 Exchange Advisory Services for individual, corporate and institutional clients throughout the United States and the world. Exeter administers all types of 1031 Exchange transactions, including Forward, Reverse and Improvement (Build-To-Suit or Construction) 1031 Exchange structures, for real estate, personal property and foreign assets.

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC has national office locations in San Diego, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Fresno, and San Francisco, California, as well as Colorado Springs, Colorado; Chicago, Illinois; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; East Northport, New York; and Springfield, New Jersey.

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