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1031 Exchanges

1031 Exchanges and DST/TIC Properties

Eagle Wealth Management Group is your source for tax-advantaged real estate. We specialize in 1031 exchanges—one of the most powerful tax deferral strategies available—providing you quality investment-grade replacement properties designed to meet your short-term needs and long-range financial goals.

Tenant-In-Common (TIC) and Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments allow you to pool your money with others to invest in large, institutional-quality properties that you may not be able to afford on your own. Choices abound, including multi-family residential, office, retail, industrial, hospitality, assisted living, golf courses, self-storage, and even oil and gas producing wells.

*As a TIC or DST investor, you’ll own an undivided fractional interest in the entire property while retaining rights similar to sole-ownership properties (with some restrictions).

We’re experienced TIC/DST industry professionals. Our TIC/DST investors have simplified their lives through the elimination of time-consuming and costly management problems. TICs and DSTs help keep investor capital working, with goals such as increasing monthly cash flow, providing capital appreciation, and deferring capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes.

When executing a time-bound 1031 exchange, it’s important to work with experienced professionals. We provide you:

  • Real estate solutions tailored to your individual needs
  • Renewed tax deductions
  • Access to the leading 1031 exchange sponsors
  • Less liability and mortgage risk
  • Large property inventory
  • Credit-worthy tenants; Triple-net leases
  • Portfolio diversification

Please contact us to learn if TIC/DST 1031 replacement properties are right for you. Our focus is education—helping you achieve your personal wealth-building goals.

**TICS and DSTs are available to accredited investors (typically have a $1 million net worth excluding primary residence or $200,000 income individually/$300,000 jointly of the last three years) and accredited entities only and may not be suitable for everyone. Risks are those of most real estate transactions (such as adverse economic and market conditions, supply of competing properties, capital calls, interest rates and tax); they are generally illiquid, with a limited secondary market. Returns and cash flows are not guaranteed. Fees may offset tax savings, and they require a high level of due diligence. There is a certain loss of control inherent with TIC ownership since unanimous owner approval is required to take major action (such as refinance or sale). Additional risks include possible vacancies, which can decrease (or halt) cash flow and potential conflicts of interest for the asset/property manager.

*Investing involves risk including the potential loss of principal.

**An alternative investments strategy is subject to a number of risks and is not suitable for all investors.  Investing in alternative investments is only intended for experienced investors who are willing to bear the high economic risk associated with such an investment.  Investors should carefully review and consider potential risks before investing.