What is a Qualified Intermediary?

A qualified intermediary is typically a financial institution that agrees to hold funds paid for a real estate asset that is being used in a 1031 Exchange. The intermediary agrees to oversee the 1031 process, typically by entering into a contract with the seller, so that the seller never has constructive receipts of the proceeds from the property sale. The intermediary cannot be a related party.

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