1031 exchanges are a staple of tax-efficient financial planning. In this blog post we’ll examine how qualified opportunity funds (QOFs) can enhance, and in certain situations replace 1031s.
Having publicly traded shares gives Park View OZ REIT investors the power to control their own holding period, unlocking tax-efficient financial planning strategies unavailable from most QOF investments. Here are a few ways qualified opportunity fund tax incentives can benefit you.
Park View OZ REIT is changing how tax-efficient portfolios are built. We are the only QOF structured as a publicly traded REIT, allowing our investors to easily access these significant tax incentives and the flexibility to implement tax-efficient wealth management strategies.
Investing in a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF) offers both short-term and long-term tax benefits. The short-term benefit is a deferral of your original capital gains taxes. This benefit will last until December 31, 2026, or the date when you sell your QOF investment, whichever comes first.