In our last blog we talked about the many considerations to make when looking at capitalization rates (cap rates) to determine an investment’s value. If you’ve spent any time since then looking at the various cap rates of current offerings or read any articles about average cap rates around the nation, you may have realized that cap rates vary significantly from one market to another, from one region to another, from one property type to another.
In our recent blog on UPREITs, we mentioned that some Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) may utilize an exit strategy that involves a 721 exchange into an UPREIT. Since this type of exit strategy is just one way DSTs dissolve their assets and provide a return to beneficiaries, we thought we’d briefly discuss some of the considerations that go into determining an exit strategy.
After our last post on UPREITs and 721 exchanges, we had some questions from our readers, so we thought we'd take a moment and discuss UPREITs in a little more depth for those of you who might also like to know more.
Between 2002 and 2007, syndicated 1031 exchange programs reached an all-time high with over $12.4 billion of equity raised, according to Mountain Dell Consulting, LLC, an independent consulting firm and affiliate of Orchard Securities, LLC, a registered member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
CrowdPay is an FDIC insured bank account that you can use to purchase investment opportunities. You fund your CrowdPay account by ACH or wire transfer. All future dividends, interest payments, as well as revenue sharing payments will be placed into your CrowdPay account. You have the option to transfer funds into the account, withdraw funds from the account, or purchase additional assets at any time.
The account is held by GoldStar Trust Company, a trust only branch of Happy State Bank, and cash that accumulates in your new CrowdPay account is FDIC insured. Please follow the below link for additional important information regarding your CrowdPay account.