As we talk about 1031 exchanges and Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs), we may mention terms that you don’t fully understand. While there are hundreds of key terms involved in 1031 exchanges and DSTs that you can find defined in any investment glossary, we’ll explore some of the terms we frequently get asked to clarify.
After browsing 1031Crowdfunding.com you may see that the investments we offer are intended for accredited investors. So you ask yourself, what is an accredited investor? Am I an accredited investor? Why do I need to be an accredited investor?
Last week we introduced you to Cost Segregation and how it works. Today we'll discuss the benefits of Cost Segregation Studies and how some investors pair them with a tax-deferred 1031 exchange. Let's begin with the eligibility requirements of property for Cost Segregation Studies.
Last week as you read about the necessity of adhering to the debt replacement principle when completing a 1031 exchange, you may have had one important question running through your mind: “Can I obtain debt to meet my 1031 exchange requirements if I invest in a Delaware Statutory Trust (DST)?”
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