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Do Investors Own the Property in a Delaware Statutory Trust?

Do Investors Own the Property in a Delaware Statutory Trust?

The Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a legal entity formed in the state of Delaware. The idea behind this structure is that the trust buys and manages real estate assets. Accredited investors then purchase fractional shares of that trust.

Oct 24, 2023

What Are the Advantages of Investing in a Delaware Statutory Trust in California?

What Are The Advantages of Investing In A Delaware Statutory Trust In California?

Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) can offer several advantages to California investors. These can include:

Oct 23, 2023

Can You Cash Out of a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?

A Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is meant to be a longer-term investment with around 5-7 years holding periods. Investing in a DST generally means you won’t need access to those funds for a while.

Oct 19, 2023

What is a "Springing LLC"?

Commercial real estate is often subjected to a variety of micro and macroeconomic factors that can adversely affect property performance. Look no further than the retail and hospitality shutdowns that happen as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and the ensuing work-from-home trend that continues to roil office markets throughout the country.

Oct 18, 2023

Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Debt Liabilities: What You Need to Know

There are many angles to view how Delaware Statutory Trust debt liabilities are used. We can view it from the investor’s perspective, the lender, or the DST sponsor. DST investors should be familiar with all of them to fully understand the potential benefits of DST liabilities and advantages.

Oct 16, 2023

Delaware Statutory Trust Liquidity: What You Need to Know

Our previous blogs outlined the various potential benefits of a Delaware Statutory Investment (DST), especially in the role of a 1031 exchange replacement property. DSTs can help with portfolio diversification, allowing you to acquire fractional shares in high-quality real estate you otherwise might not be able to afford. They’re also passive investments. As a DST beneficiary, you don’t have to worry about managing real estate or obtaining mortgages. The DST sponsor takes care of it all.

Oct 15, 2023

Revenue Ruling 2004-86: What You Need To Know

If you’re investing in a DST via a 1031 exchange, you’ll benefit by having knowledge of Revenue Ruling 2004-86. The cornerstone ruling allowed 1031 exchanges into DSTs (Delaware Statutory Trusts) while solving the problem of using TICs (tenant-in-common) as a 1031 exchange vehicle. In fact, TICs have faded in favor of DSTs when doing a 1031 exchange. Read on to learn more important details about this ruling.

Oct 14, 2023

What is a Zero Coupon Delaware Statutory Trust?

Potential tax benefits are one reason you might invest in a Delaware Statutory Trust as a 1031 exchange replacement property. Other reasons might include portfolio diversification, access to quality real estate assets, and potential cash flow.

Oct 12, 2023

What is a Debt-Free DST?

Let’s take this hypothetical situation.

Oct 3, 2023

Does a Delaware Statutory Trust Require an Owner Trustee?

Does a Delaware Statutory Trust Require an Owner Trustee

Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) are passive investment vehicles that provide investors with fractional ownership of commercial real estate. Often, the investor (also referred to as an owner or beneficiary) can gain access to properties they could not afford to buy on their own. DSTs are increasingly popular as investment options for accredited investors. Some of the attractions of the model include:

Sep 29, 2023

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