President and CEO Edward Fernandez contributes his thoughts on how investors can avoid getting the “boot” in the 1031 exchange process to Kiplinger magazine. Fernandez explains how investors can avoid paying tax on proceeds of a sale and how DSTs can be a lucrative option. “A DST is a real estate structure that allows multiple investors to hold fractional ownership of a property. DSTs offer an avenue to reinvest the excess cash or boot from a 1031 exchange, thereby providing potential income and ensuring that all taxes are deferred,” says Fernandez.
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