By Dwight Kay and The Kay Properties Team
You are about to sell your property, and your CPA tells you that there is a large tax consequence lurking around the corner. In order to avoid paying capital gains and depreciation recapture tax, you consider a 1031 exchange whereby your taxes are deferred from the sale into a new property or group of properties. The legal and financial particulars of executing a 1031 exchange can be confusing, but many potential exchangers find it more difficult to find the next property in which to invest.
How do you choose your next investment property? There are many ways to go about looking for property to exchange into, but something that I recommend to my clients is thinking about the end goal. What are you looking to get out of your next property? For example, many of those who are looking to make a 1031 exchange now likely began with an investment in real estate that they hoped would appreciate in value. Many of these types of properties can potentially be riskier but can appreciate more quickly. If this strategy is something that still seems interesting to you, then I would recommend looking into multifamily buildings. Depending on your risk profile, the geography, year built, and other factors would go into determining which properties would be a fit. Multifamily requires a lot of hands on management and could require out of pocket expenses. However, If you are looking to retire and take a less hands-on approach, then I would recommend other types of properties.
Many clients of ours that look for less management intensive investments may veer towards NNN properties. With a NNN lease, the tenant will pay for some or all costs associated with the overhead of a building. The leases are sometimes guaranteed by larger companies that have multiple stores across the United States. Although these properties tend to be more passive investments, management is still in the hands of the owners. If anything should happen to the building itself, it could be a liability to the management.
Between these types of real estate, there are a whole array of different strategies to implement. Another strategy is using Delaware Statutory Trusts to blend your real estate portfolio into a risk profile and return of your preference. With DSTs, you can purchase fractional interests of properties without having to make your whole investment count towards one property since minimums for 1031 exchange are typically $100,000 and investors have the opportunity to diversify by location, property type and asset manager by investing in multiple DSTs. You can strategize on how you would like your 1031 exchange to count depending on what your end goal is. With DSTs you can employ a passive investment strategy while having the ability to invest fractionally in properties with appreciation potential. There are risks however associated with DSTs. Like with all real estate securities, there are not guaranteed returns. Each DST will be associated with their own sets of risks tied to geography, management, and asset type. We still believe that you can employ an effective strategy depending on what your end goal is through DSTs.
About Kay Properties and Investments, LLC:
Kay Properties and Investments, LLC is a national Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investment firm with offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, New York City and Washington DC. Kay Properties team members collectively have over 114 years of real estate experience, are licensed in all 50 states, and have participated in over $9 Billion of DST real estate. Our clients have the ability to participate in private, exclusively available, DST properties as well as those presented to the wider DST marketplace; with the exception of those that fail our due-diligence process.
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