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As Adam Kaufman, co-founder and chief operating officer of real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd, explains: “By using 1031 exchanges, real estate investors are able to sell a real estate asset and reinvest the proceeds into a like-kind investment — another real estate asset — and defer the capital gains tax associated with the transaction.”

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Adam Kaufman is a co-founder and the COO of ArborCrowd and is an authority on commercial real estate and crowdfunding. He takes a cautious and methodical approach to real estate crowdfunding.

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Real Estate Tax Reform: The Potential Impact Of A Capital Gains Tax Hike Forbes Real Estate Council September 14, 2021

The tax treatment advantage that equity investments have typically held over debt investments due to capital gains treatment on equity profits may soon disappear or be diminished because of tax reform plans.

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Single-Family Rentals Come of Age Wealth Management September 13, 2021

With the emergence of the build-to-rent segment for single-family rentals, it’s clear the sector’s appeal is here to stay.

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Watch ArborCrowd Co-Founder and COO Adam Kaufman discuss ArborCrowd’s model and the real estate market on Benzinga’s Power Hour with hosts Spencer Israel and Aaron Bry.

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Arbor Management, ROVR complete Biscayne 112 apartments South Florida Business Journal July 6, 2021

Miami-based Rovr Development and New York-based Arbor Management Acquisition Co. completed the Biscayne 112 apartments in North Miami.The developers used the crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd to raise money for the project, which cost $103.8 million. At 402 units in eight stories, this is one of the largest crowdfunded developments in South Florida.

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ArborCrowd co-founder and COO Adam Kaufman joined Yahoo Finance Live to break down the pandemic’s impact on millennial home buyers.

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Certain market and demographic themes have emerged during the pandemic that are influencing which assets are trading and where. In examining these trends, it appears that some are specific to the pandemic and are likely to revert once it’s passed, while others were emerging prior to the onset of Covid-19, which then only served to accelerate the changes.

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Apartment occupancy declines brought on by the coronavirus pandemic are likely to adversely affect real estate credit markets at least into the first part of next year, experts say.

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As the coronavirus continues to rock the biggest and most profitable cities in the country, investors and lenders alike are scouring secondary markets for safe havens — or investments that won’t lose value when the market gets rough.

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