1031 Exchange Timeline Calculator

How many days do I have?

Timing rules are strict under the 1031 Exchange. Use our QualifiedIntermediary.com Days Calculator to help you to keep the track.

Identification Period (45 days) ends:
Exchange Period (180 days) ends:

Exchange deadlines

There are two key deadlines under the 1031 Exchange that need to be met by the Exchanger to have a valid exchange. Read more

  • Identification Period: There is a deadline of 45 calendar days after the transfer of the Relinquished Property, the investor should identify the Replacement Property that needs to be acquired.
  • Exchange Period: The investor must receive the Replacement Property within 180 calendar days after the date on which the investor transfers the first Relinquished Property or the due date for the Exchanger’s tax return for the year in which the transfer of the first Relinquished Property occurs.
  • The time period of 45-day for the Identification of property and the 180-day for the Exchange are very strict and cannot be extended. If the 45th day or 180th day falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday then also no extension is given to the investor. It can only be extended up to 120 days if the investor qualifies for a disaster extension under Rev. Proc. 2007-56.
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