Mr. Freeman founded Exchange Strategies in 2006 because he recognized that reverse exchanges provide a lower risk and more optimized approach to 1031 exchanges for a much larger segment of the Exchanger community than previously thought.
In 2005, he and 2 others founded an independent QI that quickly grew to be among the largest in its category. Mr. Freeman held the position of Executive Vice President of Business Development where he introduced and implemented many of the concepts and programs that contributed to that rapid growth.
Mr. McCaleb has significant experience in complex reverse exchange strategies, both safe-harbor and non-safe-harbor, as a result of his lengthy real estate transaction practice.
Ben also has broad experience in numerous related areas, including credit arrangements, partnerships and entity formation/restructuring.
For the past 15 years, J.M. has represented both taxpayers and qualified intermediaries in a wide variety of matters related to tax deferred exchanges. J.M was formerly a shareholder at Hirschler Fleischer in Richmond, Virginia where he shared responsibility for the firm’s real estate securities practice.
J.M. also has broad experience in numerous related areas, including partnerships, corporate and real estate taxation, entity formation/restructuring, private securities and capital formation, and succession and estate planning.
David is currently Chair of the Business Tax Team in the Corporate & Securities Practice Group at Drinker Biddle Reath. His practice includes structuring of like-kind exchange transactions for major oil and gas, telecommunications and railroad companies, as well as REITs and smaller real estate owners. David is the Immediate Past Chair, ABA Tax Section Committee on Sales, Exchanges and Basis.