Mondays with Dexter: FAQs about 1031 Exchanges

Friends,   If you’re considering a 1031 exchange, you may have questions. Here are questions and answers to help you successfully navigate your 1031 and save on your taxes.   Note: This is real estate advice, not legal advice. Always double check all information with your 1031 attorney and other professionals.   Q: When should I start bidding […]

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Townhouse Renovation Today Part II: Master Bedroom


In this series, I’m sharing a variety of good renovation ideas I’ve seen lately, along with a few examples of floor plans. Today’s focus is the Master Bedroom Level. The classic bedroom suite (usually the floor above the parlour level) includes a library or sitting room in the front and the bedroom and bathroom at the […]

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The Houses the Victorians Built Part II: The Biltmore Estate


If you’re interested in Victorian architecture and historic preservation (like I am) I highly recommend visiting the Biltmore House and Gardens in North Carolina. It is the largest private house in the United States, and a must-see for anyone who owns a historic home.  Image courtesy Twin Elevators. The house had electrically-powered elevators for […]

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