Opportunity Zones are specific census tracts (roughly 20% of each state) nominated by the Governor of each state that qualify for investment in business or property through Qualified Opportunity Funds.
There are more than 8,700 Qualified Opportunity Zones in the United States. In addition, nearly all of Puerto Rico is an Opportunity Zone. Browse our map below to see designated Opportunity Zones across the country.
Qualified Opportunity Funds are unique investment vehicles that enable investors to take advantage of new tax incentives incorporated invest in businesses and property located in Opportunity Zones.
Qualified Opportunity Fund Requirements
Specific tax incentives are offered to tax payers that invest their capital gains into Qualified Opportunity Funds based on the length of time their investment is held. These tax incentives include: