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Real Estate Taxation
Dean Mead’s Tax Department provides a broad array of tax services in connection with real estate transactions, including the structuring of tax-free exchanges (forward, reverse, and build-to-suit exchanges), planning to preserve long-term capital gains in connection with dispositions of real estate, and the structuring of joint venture arrangements for the acquisition and/or development of real properties.
We have extensive experience negotiating and drafting RESPA Affiliated Business Arrangements for developers so that they may share in the income generated by the title policies and mortgage loans originating from their developments.
Dean Mead provides a broad array of tax services in connection with real estate transactions, including the structuring of tax-free or like-kind exchanges (forward, reverse and build-to-suit exchanges), planning to preserve long-term capital gains in connection with dispositions of real estate, the structuring of joint venture agreements and other entity agreements for the acquisition and/or development of real properties and rollover of condemnation proceeds. Shareholder, Charlie Egerton, has national experience in the areas of like-kind exchanges and real estate development taxes
Dean Mead’s Real Estate Department also has extensive experience in the areas of Florida documentary stamp taxes incurred in connection with conveying and mortgaging real estate, as well as structures used to minimize exposure to such transactional costs.
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