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Investor guide to opportunity zones

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The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created a new investment vehicle intended to stimulate economic growth in distressed communities. Qualified opportunity zones (QOZs) are pre-selected areas around the United States where investors can hold capital gains for preferential tax treatment while struggling communities can benefit from an influx of development and funding.

“The real estate investment community’s going to be the first, and one of the larger, beneficiaries of the opportunity zone because it just marries up.”  ~ Troy Merkel

Listen to Troy Merkel, partner and senior analyst in in RSM’s national real estate practice, discuss the fundamentals of the QOZ program with RealCrowd’s CEO, Adam Hooper.  

Some of the topics covered in the audiocast include:

  • Tax benefits of QOZ investments
  • Key steps to take in order to invest with maximum benefit
  • Qualifying your business in a QOZ

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