Be an Investor,
Not a Landlord
with a Hughes Capital 1031 Exchange
- Sell your investment property, tax-free, through a 1031 Exchange
- Invest the equity from the sale in a Secured Portfolio (a 100% passive investment with no landlord hassles)
- Double the investment income you're earning now (because you’d be putting your previously underutilized equity to work)
Many investors are surprised by their large tax bill when they go to sell their investment property.
Use our 3-minute calculator to find out how
much you can save in taxes, and how much more
money you could be earning, if you put every dollar of the equity you’ve built up over the years to work.
How much more money could you
You’ve already saved $000,000 in taxes! Now you have $000,000 in sales proceeds to invest. Let’s assume an annual 8% compounded net return. Use the calculator below to see how your money will grow by compounding over the years.
Invest Your $000,000
Ready to get started?
In the meantime, find out how you can get out of the landlord business and double your net profits with a Hughes Capital 1031 Exchange!
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Disclaimer: This Calculator is meant as a sample financial exercise only and is not indicative of actual taxes owed or profit received.  Consult your tax advisor for advice.  Nothing in this website represents an offer to buy or sell any security or investment interest from us.  Any such offer or solicitation may only be made upon delivery of a Confidential Private Offering Memorandum (PPM).  In addition, while marketing material in this website could be interpreted as including forward-looking statements, those statements can only be read within the context of disclaimers contained in the PPM.  Hughes Private Capital, LLC is limited to accepting only Accredited Investors with a minimum of $25,000 or more for investment.  A partial definition for an accredited investor is a natural person whose individual "net worth" or joint net worth with Client's spouse exceeds $1,000,000, excluding the value of primary residence; or a natural person who had an individual income in excess of $200,000 in each of the most two most recent years or joint income with Client's spouse in excess of $300,000 in each of those years.