Asset Exchange helps clients navigate
Section 1031 exchanges by operating as a qualified intermediary.
Kim Spann is the principal attorney at AE1031. Her experience with buyers and sellers in all facets of residential and commercial real estate provides an excellent foundation for the intricacies of the 1031 process. Through AE1031, she acts as a qualified intermediary for transactions that qualify under IRS regulations for 1031 tax deferment.
Spann has 20 years of experience in real estate law.
Spann is licensed in Tennessee and Georgia (currently inactive in Georgia). She graduated from MTSU with degrees in economics and political science. She attended the University of Tennessee College of Law earning her JD with a focus in banking, corporate and finance.