IN PERSON TRAINING: 1031 Exchange & The Delaware Statutory Trust
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September 9th: Brooklyn Board of Realtors 28 Village Road North Brooklyn, NY 11223
May 10th 2023: SIBOR 1150 South Ave. Suite 303 Staten Island, NY 10314
May 16th 2023 103 Manorhaven Blvd. Port Washington, NY 11050
Instructors: Doug Vairo, Dan Raupp, Amy Leeds
Duration: 4 Hours
Type: Live In Person Training
Location: Varies By Date
Certification: Emailed Upon Completion
State: New York
Course ID: LDE-M14386
This course is designed to teach the Real Estate Professional the basics of the benefits of using the 1031 exchange tax code, how to guide clients through a 1031 exchange and how a Delaware Statutory Trust can benefit their practice. This course has three parts; 1) An overview of 1031 exchange basics. 2) A discussion on situations and scenarios a real estate professional may experience during a 1031 exchange. 3) Details on how the Delaware Statutory Trust structure can benefit investors in a 1031 exchange.
Doug Vairo is the Director of New York School of Real Estate. Since 1998 Doug Vairo, has trained thousands of loan officers and real estate agents around the country. Doug has trained for companies such as, Countrywide, Capital One, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, Exit Realty, Brooklyn Real Property, Staten Island Board of Realtors, Bronx Board of Realtors, Brooklyn Board of Realtors and countless other organizations. Fast forward 20 years to the New York School of Real Estate. The training school was opened as a result of the many positive testimonials received over the years. Doug has been called an ‘Entertrainer” by many students. He weaves fun and learning into a great experience. Doug has authored “Credit Smart”, sold on Amazon as well as a full blown “Loan Officer Training Boot Camp”.
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