Edward Fernandez, president and CEO of 1031 Crowdfunding, contributes an article to Wealth Solutions Report about what financial advisors need to know about DSTs. Fernandez explains when investors increasingly seek opportunities outside the traditional stock market, the real estate industry offers many potentially appealing options. Delaware Statutory Trusts, or DSTs, are among the most notable solutions that financial advisors should keep in mind for their clients. They can allow an investor to own a fraction of a larger property and defer taxes.
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