There are a number of advantages of Delaware Statutory Trust investments for 1031 Exchanges.

As a real estate investor, it is important to review the potential benefits as well as potential risks prior to investing.

DST Benefits:

Investors can select multiple Delaware Statutory Trusts properties as part of their 1031 Exchange allowing diversification of asset classes, cities and level of needed non-recourse debt.

Lower Minimum Investments
DST’s have lower minimum investments often as low as $100,000 of equity. If you require a lower investment amount than the stated minimum, let your Corcapa 1031 Exchange representative know and we may be able to negotiate a reduction in certain circumstances.

No Individual Annual LLC Filings
Potentially lower fees in DST investments than Tenants in Common investments. 1031 Exchange replacement properties in the form of Delaware Statutory Trusts do not require a special purpose LLC entity that needed to be annually maintained and paid for.

Non-Recourse Loans
Virtually all the loans within the DST that are approved by DAI Securities, LLC are non-recourse which means the investor does not personally guarantee them.

Financing Access
Easier access to financing for investors needing debt on their replacement property and potentially quicker closings.

Larger Property Access
Access to Institutional Grade properties which are typically larger commercial properties that previously required significant capital to purchase.

Interested in learning more about DST’s for 1031 Exchanges? Contact us!

At Corcapa 1031 Advisors, we provide guidance and help investors find the best investments in the marketplace. Contact us today for a review of your real estate portfolio. – (949) 722-1031.

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