Hot Swap: Property Exchanges for Retiring Baby Boomers

On the downside, the amount is a significant portion of her net worth, which Studin is reluctant to tie up in a single property. "If we could get diversification and find properties where the economics are favorable, I might suggest it. So far, though, I haven't found anything that works, so I may recommend that she pay the tax."

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