In the first two parts of this three-part series, we gave you an in-depth explanation of who we are and a description of how our process works. Our goal was to provide you with a better understanding of our services so you could determine how they might benefit you.
We've outlined how we reduce investor's common 1031 exchange problems through our online platform of Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) coupled with the knowledge and expertise of our seasoned advisors. 1031 Crowdfunding seeks to help investors complete a simple 1031 exchange without having to encounter competition, race a 45-day identification period, endure management responsibilities, break the budget, or go through the process of obtaining debt.
We'll conclude this series by highlighting a few more attributes that we believe helps us give our clients the highest level of service available.
1031 Crowdfunding places a high priority on the real estate asset.
We are focused on presenting only DST offerings that own top-quality real estate assets. We take great effort to assess the profitability of the real estate, evaluating it to determine if it will lose money, break-even, or make money for investors. Analyzing the real estate is essential for us, as is examining the sponsor and the offering itself.
1031 Crowdfunding offers complete property documentation online.
Investors can conduct as much due diligence as they wish on the DST properties we present. Not only are investors provided with the offerings’ Private Placement Memorandums and Subscription Documents for review, but we will also offer property documents including Purchase and Sale Agreements, Surveys, Titles, Financial Summaries, Rent Rolls, and more.
1031 Crowdfunding was named #1 Crowdfunding Site for 1031 Exchanges by The Real-Estate Crowdfunding Review.
After months of research and analysis reviewing more than 100 real estate crowdfunding sites, The Real-Estate Crowdfunding Review published their results in Top 100+ Real Estate Crowdfunding Sites: Ranking and Review, ranking 1031 Crowdfunding as 4th overall and 1st for 1031 exchanges.
While the information provided above has been researched and is thought to be reasonable and accurate, it's important to understand that all investments, including real estate, are speculative in nature and involve substantial risk of loss. Additionally, private placements of securities are not publicly traded, are subject to holding period requirements, and are intended only for accredited investors who do not require a liquid investment.