Join Troy Eckard, CEO of Eckard Enterprises and Brendan Lewis, Senior Director at Accruit, as they dive into 1031 exchange and how leverage it with oil, gas and mineral rights investments.
Date: Wednesday, October 7th, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM CDT
In this 1-hour webinar, you'll:
- Learn the basics of 1031 exchange, including the process and different types of exchanges
- Know how and why to leverage the benefits of 1031 exchange as it relates to oil and gas
- Understand how to find opportunities in the oil and gas industry like drilling, mineral rights acquisitions, midstream and pipeline acquisition.
This webinar is presented in collaboration with Eckard Enterprises.
About the Speakers:
Troy W. Eckard, CEO of Eckard Enterprises
From a small South Texas town to the concrete jungle of Dallas, Texas, Troy W. Eckard started his career as an oil and gas broker. Several years later, he became aware of an opportunity that shaped what we now know as Eckard Enterprises, LLC.
Being an investor himself, Mr. Eckard saw an opportunity to partner with like-minded investors, and work on their behalf, to acquire long-term, and cash-flowing assets.
His company’s roots were built on oil and gas investments, but quickly grew across various industries, such as real estate, water rights, mineral rights, midstream / pipeline sector, and mergers and acquisitions that fit the goals and objectives of the company and its partners.
Brendan Lewis, Senior Director, Accruit
Brendan has over a decade of experience in the real estate and title space. Having participated in hundreds of tax-deferred exchanges, Brendan is an invaluable resource in navigating the complex, ever-changing statutory requirements of IRC §1031 tax-deferred exchanges. Brendan's professional affiliations include North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors, MetroTex Association of Realtors, Texas Real Estate Commission, Texas Department of Insurance, and Texas Land Title Association.
Other areas of expertise include Delaware Statutory Trusts, tenant in common interests, opportunity zones, and cost segregation.