When it comes to finding the right investments and meeting deadlines to maintain the eligibility of your exchange, it is absolutely crucial to find an advisor that has the drive to get to know you, and provide suitable investment opportunities.
Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) can help you diversify your portfolio, but they can also provide suitable solutions to a host of other challenges you might face in the real estate market, specifically within the parameters of a 1031 exchange.
The reverse supply chain is helping to create more demand for retail space in Los Angeles—not that the market has extra to spare.
There are limited listings in today’s real estate market making it difficult to find suitable 1031 exchange replacement properties. DSTs are prearranged replacement properties that can close in as little as three business days.
DSTs offer an intriguing option for investors who are looking for properties to complete their 1031 Exchanges.
Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST) are rapidly becoming an avenue of 1031 Exchange Replacement property that investors have been transitioning towards over Tenancy-in-Common (TIC).
In recent years, DSTs have grown in popularity as replacement properties for real estate owners seeking to reinvest sale proceeds into net-leased properties producing a steady stream of income.
Low inventory is restraining sales of existing single-family homes, which rose in January by just 3.7 percent from last year. Despite an uptick in listings, the supply of available homes for sale held firm at a record-low 3.6 months.
A large part of the American Dream has always been to own real estate, whether it be your principal residence or a direct investment in owning land or other rental real estate.
For many people who begin investing as young adults, it often mattered little what the investment was so long as it was generating a profit. As a result of this, investors who are now officially baby boomers or senior citizens often have long-held real estate investments in their portfolios.
Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) began in 2004 with the IRS Revenue Ruling 2004-86. Each DST is a separate legal entity and each investor receives “beneficial interests” in the DST or trust for IRS 1031 purposes.
Jenner.com discusses Delaware Statutory Trusts as Alternative Borrower for Tenants in Common Programs, what DSTs are, Lender Benefits and the IRS Requirement Causing Lender Concerns. A DST borrower with a master tenant owned and controlled by a quality sponsor should be an attractive borrower for a lender. Various financing sources [...]