Sunday, December 16, 2018

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC Opens Regional Office in Cheyenne, Wyoming

1031 Exchange Services Group Expansion Continues 

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC continued its national expansion plans for its 1031 Exchange Services Group with the opening of its Mountain Regional Office located in Cheyenne, Wyoming
Tony Hammock
Mountain Regional Office
Cheyenne, Wyoming

Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC previously announced that Tony Hammock had joined the company's executive management team as Senior Vice President, Chief Trust Officer and Trust Operations Manager. 

The new Mountain Regional Office in Cheyenne, Wyoming will be under the direction of Mr. Tony Hammock. 

New Mountain Regional Office Location in Cheyenne, Wyoming 

Tony Hammock opened the company's Mountain Regional Office on Saturday, December 1, 2018, which is located in the Jonah Bank of Wyoming Building at 205 Storey Boulevard,
Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC
Mountain Regional Office
Cheyenne, Wyoming 
Suite 200, Cheyenne, Wyoming 89009. 

Tony is responsible for the day-to-day and long-term strategic planning, management and oversight of the Trust Operations Department that will also be headquartered in Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

1031 Exchange Educational Programs 

The company's 1031 Exchange Services Group will begin hosting 1031 Exchange educational seminars and webinars and other programs in the state of Wyoming, as well, beginning in January 2019.  

Exeter is Looking Forward to Being Part of Cheyenne, Wyoming Community 

The Exeter Group of Companies, including Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC, looks forward to becoming deeply involved in the Cheyenne, Wyoming community, including participation in the "These Boots are made for Talking" (Cheyenne Big Boots).

Tuesday, December 04, 2018

Unraveling The Mystery of 1031 Exchanges FREE 1031 Exchange Webinar

Confused About 1031 Exchanges?

You are not alone! How many times have you asked a 1031 Exchange related question and received different answers?  For example, you are told that you have to hold the property for at least 12 months in order to qualify for tax-deferred exchange treatment, but then someone else says no you must hold the property for at least one year and one day to be in compliance, and then yet another person says no you must actually hold the property for at least 24 months in order to be safe should you be audited. 

Who is right? Who is wrong? Why are there so many confusing and differing answers? 

Unraveling The Mystery of 1031 Exchanges
Unraveling The Mystery
of 1031 Exchanges

Unraveling the Mystery of 1031 Exchanges is a FREE basic to intermediate level discussion on 1031 Exchanges that will help participants unravel the mystery of doing 1031 Exchanges. What is a 1031 Exchange? What are the advantages? How do you structure one? 

The discussion will include the requirements, structures, processes, strategies, and compliance issues necessary to successfully complete a 1031 Exchange, including the answer to the question "How long must you hold title to your investment property in order to qualify for a 1031 Exchange?"

Not Just Any Webinar

This is not just any webinar; it's an online educational workshop where you can roll up your sleeves, get ready to work and learn, and ask as many questions as you like. 

William L. Exeter

About Bill Exeter 

This webinar will be presented by industry veteran Bill Exeter, President and Chief Executive Officer, Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLCMr. Exeter has has been in the 1031 Exchange Qualified Intermediary industry for over 35 years and has administered in excess of 125,000 1031 Exchange transactions during his career.  You can submit your questions to him in advance or you can ask questions throughout the live webinar.  You can also learn about other upcoming workshops, seminars and webinars.