Selling Residential Properties in a Bargain Sale

Due to the rise and fall of the United States economy, housingInvestors look to selling residential properties in a bargain sale to liquidate surplus, receive tax deductions and give back to society. sales have been on a continuous roller coaster ride. The economy’s fluctuation has left many investors with a surplus of residential rental and corporate housing. Fortunately, investors have an option to alleviate that surplus of homes by selling residential properties in a Bargain Sale.

Selling Residential Properties in a Bargain Sale Empowers Charities

Overseeing residential real estate transactions throughout the process is one of Welfont’s greatest strengths. Using IRS-approved tax strategies, like the Bargain Sale, companies and investors increase their philanthropy by donating to nonprofits. While charities gain empowerment through increased funding, the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale tax deductions provide companies financial room for growth. Welfont also helps companies maximize their return on investment.

Let Welfont Guide You Through the Process

Welfont guides its clients through the IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale process, even when it comes to selling residential properties in a Bargain Sale. From research to acquisition and disposition, Welfont works with analysts, real estate brokers, property managers, appraisers, lending institutions, and contractors to complete a transaction. Welfont has completed numerous IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale deals totaling more than $200 million of property transactions over the past 10 years. With the help of our principals, these properties are more than 10 million square feet of buildings. Approximately, 1,000 acres sit on commercial land.

Welfont gives investors and companies, like yours, the opportunity to connect with a nonprofit, seller or buyer. We look forward to seeing you enjoy the greatest IRS Section 170 Bargain Sale tax deductions possible, while giving back to society.