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William L. Exeter
President and Chief Executive Officer
Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Exeter Introduces The Exeter Exchange™ Newsletter
Expands Exeter's Commitment to Educate and Inform Investors
October 5, 2007--San Diego, California--Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC introduces The Exeter Exchange™ Newsletter for its 1031 Exchange clients and their advisors.
This is the newest educational content piece to be written, produced and published by The Exeter Learning Institute as part of its efforts to educate real estate investors so that they can make better informed real estate investment decisions.
Our goal is to develop and deliver a professional, educational and informative newsletter with dynamic and robust articles on 1031 Exchange and real estate related issues, especially discussions on requirements, structures, processes, strategies, and compliance issues necessary to successfully complete 1031 Exchange transactons, " said Mr. William L. Exeter, president and chief executive officer, Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC.
Read, view and download prior editions of The Exeter Exchange™ Newsletter in PDF format.
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Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC is a leading national provider of Qualified Intermediary, Exchange Accommodation Titleholding, and 1031 Exchange Advisory services for individual, corporate and institutional 1031 Exchange clients.
Exeter administers all types of 1031 Exchange transactions, including forward, reverse and improvement (build-to-suit or construction) 1031 Exchange structures, in all 50 states. Exeter 1031 Exchange Services, LLC currently has national office locations in San Diego, Irvine, Ontario, Bakersfield, Fresno, and San Francisco, California and Springfield, New Jersey and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
You can contact Exeter at anytime, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call Exeter 24/7 provides round-the-clock access to our senior 1031 Exchange Advisors when you need them. You can also post your real estate related questions to the Exeter Discussion Board.
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