IRS §1031 Exchanges

If you are selling your property and are concerned about having to pay capital gains taxes on the proceeds, you may want to consider a §1031 exchange.

Covered by Section 1031 of the IRS tax code, a §1031 exchange allows you to purchase another property within a limited time period without being subject to the capital gains tax.

At North American Title Company, we take pride in our exceptionally qualified, seasoned and professional commercial closing team. We have the resources, legal structure and technical ability to serve as your IRS §1031 tax-deferred exchange Escrow Closing Service for any transactions, no matter how specialized or challenging. We will coordinate the transfer of funds and timely close with your Qualified Intermediary.

North American Title is among the largest real estate settlement service providers in the United States, with more than 1,000 associates nationwide. We are also an issuing agent for six of the largest national underwriters. As a result, we provide expert solutions that combine our localized knowledge with our national reach to deliver safe, secure and precise §1031 tax-deferred exchange escrow closings.

What we offer:
  • Highest level of security and safety
  • Multi-state and multi-site closings
  • Seasoned and professional commercial closing team
  • Staff adept at understanding complex §1031 structures and providing the necessary closing support
  • Fast and convenient customer service
  • North American Title affiliated network covering all 50 states
  • National closing services in all 50 states

North American Title is an issuing agent for these underwriters in most markets:
  • North American Title Insurance Company
  • Chicago Title Insurance Company
  • Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
  • First American Title Insurance Company
  • Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
  • Stewart Title Guaranty Company

Check with your local NATC office about these as well as other regional underwriters who may be available for your §1031 transaction.