May 2015

Luxury Real Estate In Miami Gaining Value Faster Than Any Of The World’s Largest Cities

Muse Sunny IslesLuxury Real Estate In Miami Gaining Value Faster Than Any Of The World’s Largest Cities
Over the past six months, luxury property in Miami has appreciated in price more than any major city in the world, according to new statistics.

Knight-Frank’s most recent Prime Global Cities Index reports that Miami luxury real estate rose by 22% through the six months ending in March 2015. No other city was able to manage a double digit increase.

In a report earlier this year, Knight-Frank ranked Miami as the sixth most important city to ultra-high-net-worth individuals.

South Atlantic Real Estate Group 2422 South Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118

South Atlantic Real Estate Group 2422 South Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118

Here are the brand new business cards that were ordered today.

South Atlantic Real Estate Group 2422 South Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118

South Atlantic Real Estate Group 2422 South Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118

South Atlantic Real Estate Group 2422 South Atlantic Ave Daytona Beach Shores FL 32118

Oceanfront Rental In Daytona Beach Shores


$2,300/mo, 3Bd/3Ba Condo, 2475 sqft.

Mike and Peggy Linton | South Atlantic Real Estate Group | 386-506-8848mike@mikelintonteam.com |
3425 S Atlantic Ave #1501, Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Get Back To The Beach
3Bd/3Ba Condo
$2,300/mo
Year Built 2001
Sq Footage 2475 sqft.
Bedrooms 3 Beds
Bathrooms 3 Baths
Parking 1 Garage
Lease Duration 1 Year
Deposit $2,300
Pets Policy No Pets Allowed
Laundry In Unit
Floor 15
Website www.LintonGlobal.com

DESCRIPTION

Beautiful 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Oceanfront condo in Towers 10. This is a direct oceanfront end unit on the north side. You have awesome views of both the ocean and the Halifax river. Long Term rental only.
Daytona Beach
see additional photos below
Unit Features

– Dining room – Walk-in closet – Master bath
– Family room – Storage space – Breakfast nook
– Recreation room – Range / Oven – Refrigerator
– Dishwasher – Microwave – Garbage disposal
– Central A/C – Ceiling fans – Cable-ready
– Wired – Tile floor – Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Community Features

– Waterfront – Elevator – Secured entry
– Shared pool – Fitness center – Guest parking
– Garage – Attached

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

Contact info:
Mike and Peggy Linton
South Atlantic Real Estate Group
386-506-8848
mike@mikelintonteam.com

Posted: May 13, 2015, 2:38pm EDT

Do Not Repeal Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges

Do Not Repeal Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges

‪#‎SenatorBillNelson‬ ‪#‎SenatorMarcoRubio‬ ‪#‎RepresentativeRonDeSantis‬:

Miami1031.com

Mike Linton | Miami1031.com

As a voter in your district and state I urge you to oppose the proposals to eliminate like-kind exchanges and to support retention of IRC §1031 in the law’s present form. Section 1031 is a valuable tax planning tool that provides a powerful engine to the U.S. economy. Like-kind exchanges promote transactional activity that results in job creation and taxable income that fuels other businesses.

1. Repeal of §1031 will cause a decline in real estate values as investors will be motivated to hold on to properties and to invest in more liquid, non-real estate investments with faster returns. The proposals effectively impose punitive, targeted tax increases on economically sound commercial real estate investment, the likely unintended consequence of which will be similar to implementation of 1986 tax reform modifications that resulted in a recession.

2. Section 1031 has remained in the tax code since 1921, notwithstanding repeated Congressional scrutiny, because it is based on sound tax policy predicated on continuity of investment by the taxpayer, and is consistent with tax reform goals of efficiency, neutrality, fairness, and simplicity. It is widely used by a broad spectrum of individual and business entity taxpayers at all levels. Definitions of “like-kind” are well understood and §1031 exchanges facilitated by Qualified Intermediaries are not administratively difficult for the IRS or taxpayers.

3. Section 1031 like-kind exchanges are legitimate transactions, not abusive tax avoidance schemes. Payment of tax occurs: 1) upon sale of the replacement asset; 2) incrementally, through increased income tax due to foregone depreciation; or 3) by inclusion in a decedent’s taxable estate, at which time the value of the replacement asset could be subject to estate tax at a rate double the capital gains tax rate.

4. When the impacts of depreciation, the estate tax, and the economic stimulus from like-kind exchanges are considered, neither elimination nor restrictions to §1031 would result in additional revenue to the U.S. Treasury, an improvement to the tax code, or any benefit to the U.S. economy. Like-kind exchanges are revenue neutral over the long term because gain deferred is directly offset by a reduction in future depreciation deductions available for assets acquired through an exchange.

5. Like-kind exchanges contribute to the velocity of the economy by stimulating a broad spectrum of real estate transactions, and encouraging taxpayers to replace and upgrade machinery and equipment, thus stimulating purchases, sales, and manufacturing of machinery, equipment, vehicles and other assets.

6. Repeal of §1031 would tax cash flow because no profit is taken from the transaction. Section 1031 permits efficient management of capital and cash flow while investment is retained in the business.

The transactional activity stimulated by §1031 results in jobs in the real estate, construction, financial services, vehicle and equipment leasing, manufacturing, and other industries. Fewer transactions ultimately result in fewer jobs in these industries and in local small businesses that generate revenue from the after tax dollars of employed workers. Since domestic real estate and assets used predominantly within the United States cannot be exchanged for foreign based real estate and assets, §1031 directly stimulates reinvestment in U.S. communities and businesses, promoting job growth within our own borders.

If you have any questions, or wish to discuss any of these matters, please do not hesitate to call me. My number is (312)612-1031

Sincerely,

Michael Linton
Miami1031.com

Do Not Repeal Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges

Real Estate Team Mike and Peggy Linton Join South Atlantic Real Estate Group

Mike and Peggy Linton LintonGlobal.com (Daytona Beach Shores, FL) Real Estate Team Mike and Peggy Linton Join South Atlantic Real Estate Group in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida. The Linton Team brings to the office a combined 57 years of experience in real estate and was formerly with Keller Williams Realty Florida Partners.

The Lintons specialize in the following types of real estate in Daytona Beach and the surrounding area:

  • Oceanfront Condos
  • Beachside Homes
  • Commercial Property
  • Single Family Homes

Mike and Peggy may be reached at (386)506-8848

The office is located at:
South Atlantic Real Estate Group
2422 South Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach Shores, FL 32118
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The concept for South Atlantic Real Estate Group was several years in the making. The idea was first conceived in 2005 at a meeting held between Chris Pollard and some business colleagues. The concept was to create a “Real Estate Mall” offering all the services needed when doing Real Estate all under one roof. We wanted to be able to assist you from the beginning to the end of your real estate transactions. In 2013, South Atlantic Real Estate Group was formed. We secured our office space, moved in in August and officially opened for business on October 1, 2013.

Real Estate Team Mike and Peggy Linton Join South Atlantic Real Estate Group

South Atlantic Real Estate Group | Michael Linton
Daytona Beach Shores Florida condos for sale
2422 South Atlantic Avenue
Daytona Beach Shores, Florida
32118
US
Phone: 3865068848

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