What’s in Store for SoCal's Real Estate Market

February 29, 2024 at 8:30am11:00am (PDT)

Greenberg Glusker Tax and Real Estate Partners, Warren J. "Skip" Kessler and Michael Wiener, are slated to participate as panelists during, "What’s in Store for SoCal's Real Estate Market," on February 29, 2024.

Panelists will provide valuable perspectives on the current state of Commercial Real Estate and the intricacies of the 1031 Exchange industry in Southern California. The discussion promises to be both informative and engaging, with ample opportunities for questions from the audience.

Mr. Kessler is known for his creativity in structuring complex transactions in the real estate space while still “painting within the lines.” Whether a partnership, limited liability company, or corporation, he is able to structure real estate transactions to maximize their tax efficiency for his clients. His capabilities extend to partnership restructuring and M&A transactions. Skip is a national expert when it comes to structuring Section 1031 forward and reverse exchanges as well as structuring dispositions where some partners or members want to exchange separately or where some partners or members want to exchange and others want to cash out. Likewise, his expertise extends to the complex California property tax rules. 

Mr. Wiener is an expert in structuring all types of tax-deferred Section 1031 exchange transactions, including forward exchanges, reverse exchanges, and build-to-suit exchanges. He has extensive experience structuring real estate dispositions by partnerships and limited liability companies where either the partners or members want to exchange separately or only some partners or members want to exchange while others want to sell for cash. Michael also has deep expertise structuring real estate acquisitions where multiple purchasers are completing exchanges or where fresh cash is being invested alongside exchange proceeds. His expertise extends to California’s property tax and transfer tax rules.