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What Are the Requirements to Form a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?

What Are the Requirements to Form a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?

Delaware has long been known to offer a corporate-friendly environment, which offers benefits relating to tax liability, convenience, and legal protection in corporate affairs. Delaware Statutory Trusts were formed per the Delaware Statutory Trust Act, which was written to simplify the arrangement of a structured real estate transaction (or other assets). 

Aug 5, 2021
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What Are the Fiduciary Duties Involved with Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Investment?

What Are the Fiduciary Duties Involved with Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Investment?

Within the Delaware Statutory Trust structure, there are typically two participants: trustees and beneficiaries. The DST offers management and ownership flexibility, but there are certain duties and obligations that must be fulfilled by each party.

Aug 4, 2021
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What Are the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Trustee Requirements?

What Are the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Trustee Requirements?

A Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a prepackaged, professionally managed, passive real estate investment option for individual investors. DSTs provide eligibility for taxpayers to enter and exit using the IRS Section 1031 exchange and sometimes provide tax-advantaged income. The DST assets might include multi-family housing, industrial facilities, office complexes, and other commercial real estate choices. In some cases, the assets may be of higher quality.

Jul 27, 2021
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How to Report Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Income

How to Report Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Income

A Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), where investors pool money to invest in real estate through a trust, sometimes generates income that needs to be reported to the IRS on yearly income taxes. 

Jul 19, 2021
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What Is a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Certificate of Cancellation and How Does it Work?

What is a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Certificate of Cancellation and How Does it Work?

A DST certificate of cancellation is a normal process of dissolving a DST. This is not something DST investors need to worry about. The sponsor or management will take care of the dissolution mechanics. But as a DST investor, it is still worth knowing what goes on when a DST is dissolved, which we'll find in this article.

Jul 16, 2021
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Estate Planning 101: Delaware Statutory Trusts and Common Law Trusts

Estate Planning 101: Delaware Statutory Trusts and Common Law Trusts

High-net-worth individuals have many different options when it comes to preserving their financial legacy and distributing wealth to their beneficiaries.

Jul 15, 2021
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How to Pick A Delaware Statutory Trust Broker

How to Pick A Delaware Statutory Trust Broker

Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) are sophisticated investment vehicles that allow individual investors to purchase fractional shares of the types of real estate often owned by real estate investment trusts, pension funds, and institutional investment firms.

Jul 9, 2021
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Does a Delaware Statutory Trust Require an Owner Trustee?

Does a Delaware Statutory Trust Require an Owner Trustee

The State of Delaware has long been a nationally recognized leader in statutory trusts for a number of reasons.

Jul 6, 2021
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Is a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) a Security?

Is a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) a Security?

Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) are complex financial investments that can provide individuals with access to ownership of commercial real estate properties that they would not be able to own on their own. Some DSTs own properties similar to those held by large institutional investors like pension funds, REITs, and insurance companies. DSTs are considered securities and are subject to regulation as such.

Jul 1, 2021
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What is a Disregarded Entity in a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?

What is a Disregarded Entity in a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?

A disregarded entity may sound like a complex term, but if you're familiar with pass-through entities, you're already familiar with disregarded entities. There's a little more to know about a disregarded entity, though, which is what we'll go over in this article.

Jun 29, 2021

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