1031 Properties

1031 Properties

To defer the taxes on capital gains, the most important part of a 1031 exchange is identifying and buying the right replacement property. Properties eligible for a 1031 exchange are offices, lands, self-storage facilities, apartments, retail, residential rentals, senior care facilities, hotels, medical facilities, restaurants, educational properties, industrial, real properties, daycare and other properties held for investment purposes only. For instance, you can exchange land with an office building or even an oil field. Download our 1031 Exchange property list.

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Many exchangers prefer relinquishing management-intensive properties or land and acquiring properties that can help them secure monthly income without the headaches of day-to-day responsibilities, maintenance or upkeep. To attain passive income in real estate ownership, you can reinvest the 1031 exchange proceeds in two types of properties: NNN lease properties, and DST Properties. We, at DST.com, have been helping investors looking for passive income by offering a comprehensive selection of 1031 exchange properties.

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NNN Properties

Our list of NNN (Triple Net) properties is updated daily. The list contains several private or pocket listings that are not readily available on popular listing websites. To gain access to such properties, contact us and our seasoned registered investment advisors to select the right replacement property. A NNN or triple-net lease shifts the landlord’s burden to tenants. In short, the tenants are responsible for paying property taxes, utilities, insurance premiums, maintenance or repairs. Leases can stretch from 5 to 20 years. This is the reason why NNN lease properties are the primary choice among investors to earn passive income. DSTs offer the same benefits, to some extent. Some examples of single-tenant or triple-net lease properties include Dollar General, AutoZone and Walgreens. Call us now to know more out our NNN property lists.

DST Properties

Contact us to get access to the most favored DST properties. DST or a Delaware Statutory Trust is an exception to the rule of exchanging deeded interest into a real estate property to qualify for a 1031 exchange. With DST, exchangers can acquire a fractional ownership interest in a trust, which owns the property or properties. This makes DSTs the best option to gain passivity. DST owners have absolutely no landlord responsibilities. Moreover, the process of reinvesting the 1031 exchange proceeds into a DST is extremely simple because all properties owned by the DST are already appraised, title insurance paid for, closing costs paid for and financing ready in place. Moreover, the trust also has a third-party responsible for property management.

During the financial crunch of 2007-08, the exchanges and TIC sponsors diminished. However, with the resurgence of 1031 exchanges recently, the surges in need for passive income, security and diversification led several real estate companies to provide 1031 exchange replacement properties. Instead of utilizing the depleting state of ownership, sponsors have shifted to DSTs.

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