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Too often we receive calls from rental property owners who have neglected to complete critical steps to execute a successful real estate exit strategy. Regretfully, we encounter many investors who have not fully considered the tax consequences of selling their rental properties. The sale of rental properties and the resulting tax consequences are more complex than the sale...
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Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs are one of the most popular forms of real estate investment. REITs have some similarities to DSTs since both are structured as a trust and have in-place management and other features that can cause investors to confuse the differences. REITs, DSTs and triple net properties can be suitable options for investors...
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Many investors have had bad experiences with TIC investments and are interested in understanding why DSTs may be better. In this blog, we will provide some basic education on the key differences and relative benefits of TIC investments and 1031 DST exchanges. Loan Responsibilities – In a DST the sponsor or an affiliate trustee is the sole borrower and is...
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  1031 Exchange Properties Guide The origin of 1031 Exchanges dates to 1921 and the related provisions which permit tax deferrals have been extensively used by many taxpayers to save taxes. While specific details have evolved over time, there are basic rules outlined below which apply to almost all 1031 Exchanges and 1031 Exchange Properties Rule #1 – Both the...
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  Triple net leased properties (NNN) are those where the tenant is responsible for paying for all taxes, insurance, maintenance for the property (the three nets). Triple net properties remain one of the most popular asset classes for real estate investors who are seeking relatively low management responsibilities and stable cash flow. We would like to share...
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