Under the newly passed Proposition 19 in California, property taxes on commercial real estate will now be reassessed upon any transfer from parent to child. This new consequence of death will likely lead to the sale of many inherited commercial real estate investment properties because the reassessment renders the property a less desirable investment. However, can parents still transfer such property to their children without reassessment? Possibly.
Assume, for example, the parents own an apartment ...
Recently passed Proposition 19 in California affects homeowners in 2 key ways: (1) making it easier for owners over 55 or victims of natural disasters to relocate, and (2) restricting the exempt intra-family transfers (aka parent to child or grandparent to grandchild).
Primary Residence Transfers
Prop. 19 allows persons over 55 and victims of a wildfire or natural disaster to make three transfers per lifetime, in any county in California, and that they may do so ...
IRC Section 1031’s regulations state, “The exchange period begins on the date the taxpayer transfers the relinquished property and ends at midnight on the earlier of the 180th day thereafter or the due date (including extensions) for the taxpayer’s return of tax imposed by chapter 1 of subtitle A of the Code for the taxable year in which the transfer of the relinquished property occurs.”
Thus, the regulations generally allow for 180 calendar days for ...
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Expect housing in 2019 to be
flat. The recent decline in mortgage rates from 5% to 4% for the 30-year-fixed
provides some support for housing.
However, the tax-law change, which took away many of the tax benefits of
homeownership, weighs on demand. The impact of the new tax law is still
filtering through the housing market, particularly in more expensive markets
like California, and Florida, where those tax benefits are more important.
Affordability remains an issue. The
runup in house prices over ...