Christine Latulip

Christine brings thirty-five years of banking and non-profit management experience to Newbridge Exchange, LLC. Prior to serving four years as the president of a community bank, she served more than fifteen years as a senior commercial lender. She gained experience in underwriting commercial loans to assist clients in acquiring and growing their businesses.

Christine believes that right-sizing for maximum performance is key to successful outcomes and at the center of a well defined continuation plan. Her administrative style is to demand clear policy and procedures that guide management and protect and enhance its survival. Her boardroom experience and team approach has supported organizations from five thousand to fifty million dollars in assets.

For the past seven years she has been engaged fulltime in the facilitation of Section 1031 Real Estate and Personal Property Exchanges. She has written extensively on the topic of alternative strategies in the sale of investment property and taught continuing education classes in Section 1031 to real estate professionals, attorneys and accountants in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Christine has earned the distinction of Certified Exchange Specialist (CES®) from the Federation of Exchange Accommodators.

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Newbridge Exchange, LLC
895 Manns Hill Road
Littleton, New Hampshire  03561
Phone: 603-616-9488


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Conserving Open Space = Tax Credits, Cash, and Like-Kind Property

Long before the buzz in Washington was about creating a stimulus package to help the struggling economy, in 2008 tax incentives were approved by Congress that promotes voluntary land conservation. The new law raised the deduction a landowner can take for the donation of a conservation easement from 30% to 50% of adjusted gross income and to 100% for qualifying ranchers and farmers. The law extended the carry-forward period for deductions from 5 years to 15 years.