Something New in the Toolbox: The Installment Sale-Reacquisition Approach to Real Estate Development Projects
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Taxpayers are often approached by developers looking to buy their land or air rights. They may be willing to sell the property only if the transaction is structured in a way that does not trigger taxable income to them. In condominium developments, taxpayers may wish to receive newly constructed condominium units in exchange for their property.
The program proposes an alternative approach to structuring development projects involving land or air rights that may achieve similar tax benefits in a less complicated manner as compared to more commonly used structures.
Mark E. Wilensky, Meltzer Lippe Goldstein & Breitstone LLP, Mineola, NY
Glenn M. Johnson, EY, Washington, DC
E. John Wagner II, Williams Parker Harrison Dietz & Getzen, Sarasota, FL
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