Opportunity Zone

Opportunity Zones are qualified census tracts across the United States where investors can invest into qualified investments in real estate and other assets to receive substantial tax advantages.

The Opportunity Zone program was established as part of the Investing in Opportunity Act, a component of the late 2017 tax reform bill. As of today, there are over 8700 qualified Opportunity Zones across the country that were nominated by State governors and approved by the US Department of Treasury.

By incentivizing the investors with attractive tax advantages, the US government aims to encourage such investors to invest in underprivileged areas inhabited by low-income populations.

Read our complete guide to Oportunity Zones Investments here.

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