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Mark Lee Levine
Mark Lee Levine of the law firm of Levine Segev LLC, will be teaching the International Real Estate Course, Global One, for individuals seeking the FIABCI International Real Estate Consultant (FIREC) designation.
FIABCI is the International Real Estate Federation, founded in 1949, and with its main office located in Paris. FIABCI addresses all real estate disciplines, including real estate law, brokerage, appraisal, property development, and property management, among others. Mark is a senior member of FIABCI, and serves as the Dean of all FIABCI Real Estate Education throughout the world.
[Originally published at http://www.levinesegev.com/blog/2010/02/attorney-mark-lee-levine-to-teach-at-fiabci-university/]
Although Code §1031 has existed for many decades, there have also been a number of interesting issues to construe and interpret in the application of tax-deferred exchanges under Code §1031. The focus of this Note is to look to some of these issues and, in particular, to examine the basic structure of Code §1031, the advantages and disadvantages to the Section, and to suggest approaches to modify Code §1031 to eliminate some complexity and other troublesome areas concerned with the current application of Code §1031. Continue reading »
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The weakened state of the U.S. economy has necessitated many actions by Congress. Prognosticators would argue that some of these actions are improper or unreasonable subsidies in various circumstances. Be that as it may, the anemic homebuilding market, and home sales market in general, coupled with residential defaults that have proliferated throughout the United States, have generated a desire by those in Congress, along with the President, to provide some stimulus to the home ownership position. Continue reading »