Exchange Taxes for Freedom – Interview with Dave Foster

Dave Foster, investment professional, and qualified intermediary, or QI, understands that real estate is an investment in the future. He has 20 years of experience working in all phases of real estate investing – from large-scale development to single family homes and vacation rentals. He has a keen eye for opportunity and a clear vision for reducing the impact of taxes.

A degreed accountant with a master’s in management, Dave has taught numerous certified continuing educations courses on investment tax strategies. His particular focus on basic and advanced 1031 Exchanges has made him a popular guest speaker for local realtor associations, investment clubs, and podcasts. He teaches agents, investors and advisors alike the ins and outs of 1031 Exchanges and other tax and investment options.

Dave has built his reputation on being a driven, results-oriented QI who works relentlessly to maximize value for the real estate investors he works with. He is inspired by a genuine desire to help those around him succeed and continuously strives to create win-win situations.
Dave’s education website is www.the1031investor.com and he can be reached at dave@the1031investor.com.

About the author, Edwin

From Green Beret to Private Equity...

Hello, my name is Edwin, I am a social iMpact investor and a managing partner of a private equity management group, Vertical Fund Management. I believe in People πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ | Purpose 🌎 | Profit πŸ’° and this is reflected not only in the mission of my company, but will be the topic for an upcoming podcast I will be hosting.

My fund and I are focused on addressing an epidemic social dilemma seen throughout the US today, the Veteran dilemma of Homelessness 🏚, Unemployment πŸ›’ and the loss of a Purpose Driven Life. Our goal is to eradicate this dilemma by addressing sustainability, conservational, and technological social challenges through Real Estate Investing.

Why is the Veteran dilemma so close to my heart? Having been honorably discharged after 13 1/2 years of service in the United States Army, with multiple combat tours as an Infantryman, and as a Green Beret, I experienced the challenges that veterans go through; adapting to civilian life again, finding purpose after the service, struggles with the experiences I endured and lived through, and most importantly how to reintegrate with my family.

We have all heard the statistic of veteran suicide rate being higher than their civilian counterparts. The veteran community also suffers from increasing homelessness and struggles with readjusting to civilian life and more importantly finding their new life's life's purpose outside of the military.

I believe that the veteran community's dilemma can be solved by addressing sustainability, conservational and technological social challenges through real estate investing, and this is exactly what my fund and I are focused on solving. If you would like to find out more about becoming a guest on the podcast becoming a partner investor with our fund, or how your organization can partner with us to address Veteran Homelessness 🏚, Unemployment πŸ›’ and the loss of a Purpose Driven Life, please reach out via email

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