Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) properties are considered “like kind” replacement property pursuant to IRC Revenue Ruling 2004-86. The DST has become the vehicle of choice for fractionalized 1031 exchange properties. Investors are able to 1031 exchange into multiple DST properties in an effort to lower the potential risks of real estate investing. Typical minimum investments are $100k and asset classes range from multifamily apartments, triple net lease properties (NNN), medical office properties and all-cash/debt-free properties.
The course will go over frequently asked questions regarding DST 1031 replacement properties. We will cover using leverage with DST properties as well as all-cash/debt-free DST properties for 1031 exchanges. Course attendees will also be able to see various DST 1031 property case studies and example properties.
How DST properties are structured
How they work
Types of DST properties available in today’s market
Due diligence in selecting DST properties and what DST properties to avoid at all costs
Jason Salmon manages Kay Properties and Investments’ New York City office providing expertise and guidance to our 1031 exchange clients. Jason brings 20 years of commercial real estate and financial advisory experience to Kay Properties and Investments. He specializes in tax-advantaged exit strategies and estate planning solutions—working with property owners on their 1031 exchange transactions. Jason has expertise in identifying real estate investments across multiple sectors and takes pride in giving clients access to opportunities via the company’s diverse platform.