How Safe Is My Investment? You’re aware of all the benefits of using a Delaware Statutory Trust as an investment vehicle for a 1031 exchange. You’re thrilled at the capital gains tax savings the investment will give you, and relieved that your property management responsibilities will be limited—a professional manager will deal with tenants and… Continue reading DST Q & A
One of the most important decisions you’ll make as a commercial real estate investor is determining how to structure your borrowing. Commercial real estate investors usually have two types of loan financing options: recourse debt and non-recourse debt.
Historically, a statutory trust is created so that a property can be held by multiple parties, for rental purposes or sale, at their discretion. All income from the property prior to its sale, and all proceeds of its sale, are then held in trust for the beneficiaries. In 1988, the state of Delaware enacted the… Continue reading What Is a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?
If you’re an investor looking to grow your portfolio, 1031 exchanges are something you should know about. What is a 1031 Exchange? Defined by the IRS Simply, 1031 is a tax code that allows an investor to defer capital gains taxes by reinvesting the proceeds of one business or investment asset into another. Through 1031 exchanges,… Continue reading What Is a 1031 Exchange?