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what are the risks?
Which Can Be Disallowed By the IRS in a 1031 Exchange?
Which Has Higher Returns?
In Which One Do You Have Control?
In Which One Can Fees Outweigh Benefits?
Which One Involves a High Degree of Risk?
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What is a Delaware Statutory Trust*
A separate entity in which an investor owns an interest
Investors do not have title to the property
Investors have no control of the property
There are no guarantees for projected cash flow
What is a Triple Net Property*
Investor owns the property outright
Investor holds title to the property
Investors control the property
Cash flow is guaranteed by a multi-billion dollar corporation
What are the Risks
Delaware Statutory Trusts*
Triple Net Properties*
*Taken from Cornerstone Real Estate Investment Services, dst1031investment.com and Kay Properties & Investments
*Taken from TripleNetCompanies.com
Significant tax risks for acquiring DST interests as replacement property
Risk of loss of the entire investment principal
The fact that substantial fees associated with the purchase of the investment may outweigh the tax benefits
Possible conflicts of interest with program sponsors, trustees, or property managers.
The risk of relying upon the program sponsor and their continued competency
The risk of sponsor insolvency
The risks associated with giving complete discretion regarding the management, leasing or disposition of the property to a third party.
The risk of being unable to re-finance the program at the end of the term
Illiquidity (there is currently no secondary market)
Tax status risk which may result in immediate tax liabilities, including penalties
The investment is speculative and involves a high degree of risk
The risks associated with fractionalized ownership in real estate and investment contracts as securities
Past performance is not a guarantee of future results
Triple Net Properties*
The property becomes vacant without a corporate guarantee
The tenant competes with Amazon
The tenant is not a public corporation
The tenant does not have an investment grade credit rating
The tenant does not guarantee their lease payments
There are “rent holidays” or “out clauses” in the lease (weasel clauses)
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