1031 Crowdfunding Acquires First Utah Senior Housing Portfolio

By Kevin Olds | January 19, 2023


This is the company’s ninth senior housing DST.

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–1031 Crowdfunding (1031 CF), a real estate investing platform, announces expanding its holdings into Utah for the first time, adding to its existing portfolio in the western United States. The company acquired two memory care and assisted living facilities for its ninth Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) offering. The facilities are located in St. George and Lindon, Utah, and consist of 178 units. Both properties total 156,473 square feet across 5.85 acres, offer seven-year leases, and are within a four-mile radius of local hospitals.

“As 1031 Crowdfunding continues to grow, we plan to move into other regions of the country,” said Edward Fernandez, president and CEO of 1031 Crowdfunding. “Senior housing facilities are needed throughout the country as the baby boomers continue to age, so we continue to look for opportunities to grow our real estate portfolio in targeted markets where we see senior housing growth potential. The Utah market is attractive to us because the state offers an ideal environment for businesses, lower taxes and a mix of diverse and varied industries that draw people who want to live and work in the state.”

The offering launched on January 13, 2023. With a total occupancy of 95.5%, the portfolio offers investors a cash flow of 5.24%* and requires a minimum $25,000 investment.

The facilities, Spring Gardens St. George and Spring Gardens Lindon, were built in 2011 and 2016 and are operated by Avista Senior Living. Avista Senior Living is no stranger to managing these types of facilities with 16 properties across five states under its management.

1031 CF began offering multi-facility portfolios to provide investors with additional diversification. 1031 CF has senior housing facilities in seven states.

* There can be no assurance that performance objectives will be met. The ability of 1031CF Portfolio 4 DST to make distributions to its investors will depend solely on cash flows generated by the facilities, which are not certain. Current cash flow is calculated based on current occupancy and operating history of the facilities at or immediately preceding the date of the Memorandum. Any reductions in the actual or projected cash flows from the facilities would negatively impact the returns received by an investor in 1031CF Portfolio 4 DST. Additionally, cash flow is distributed to the Trust under the Master Lease Agreement. An investment in 1031CF Portfolio 4 DST involves a substantial degree of risk and investors could lose some or all of their investment in 1031CF Portfolio 4 DST. Securities offered by Capulent LLC, member FINRA/SIPC. Before investing, you should review the PPM in its entirety, including the discussion of the risks in the PPM under the heading “Risk Factors.” This material is designed for marketing purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy securities.

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