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DST & TIC Properties

Properties structured under a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) or as a Tenant-in Common (TIC) allow investors to purchase part of a large income producing property for as little as $100,000 of equity. These properties qualify for 1031 Exchanges under IRS Revenue Ruling 2004-86 (DST) and IRS Revenue Procedure 2002-22 (TIC). Investors receive all the benefits of property ownership, without the hassles and headaches of property management. Investors participate in the net income and appreciation generated by the property as well as tax benefits from depreciation.

  • Institutional Quality Real Estate
  • Management-Free
  • High Credit Tenants
  • Low Minimum Investment Amounts Allowing for Diversification of Equity
  • Non-Recourse Financing
  • No Lender Approval or Pre-Qualification for Loans (DSTs Only)
  • In-Place Professional Management
  • Stabilized and Value Add Properties

Co-Invest Properties

Through our partnerships with successful real estate companies, we offer co-investment opportunities for a wide array of real estate assets. Property types range from stabilized income producing properties to commercial development projects. Buyers purchase a 50% interest or more in the property and invest along with the real estate company that develops and/or manages the property. This option allows the investor to maintain control of the property while leaving the transactional and management expertise to the co-investing real estate company.

  • Value-Add & Development Opportunities
  • Management-Free
  • Negotiated Ownership Control & Participation
  • Top-Tier Loan Terms
  • High Amount of Equity Required for Purchase

NNN Properties

Triple Net Leased (NNN) Properties are generally properties leased to a single tenant on a long-term basis. Under an NNN lease, the tenant pays for most, if not all, of the property expenses. The investor therefore receives rental income with almost no management responsibilities. Credit status of the tenant, terms and duration of the lease, condition of the property, and market related factors all play a role in determining the quality of the NNN property. Because they are not co-owned like DST and TIC properties, NNN properties provide the investor with direct ownership and control of the property.

  • Institutional Quality Real Estate
  • Management-Free
  • Property Owner Control
  • High Credit Tenants
  • High Amount of Equity Required for Purchase
  • Recourse Financing
  • Lender Approval & Pre-Qualification for Loans
  • Stabilized Properties