Los Angeles, CA and Charlotte, NC
Kay Properties and Investments, LLC has successfully completed a $5,436,250 equity raise for the Charlotte Pharmacy DST.
The Charlotte Pharmacy DST is an all-cash/debt-free DST investment that owns a 100% occupied Walgreens Pharmacy located in Charlotte, NC. The property enjoys a long-term net lease with a Walgreens corporate guarantee as well as the property is located on a signalized intersection with a combined traffic count of 41,000 vehicles per day.*
The Regulation D Rule 506c offering was made available to high net worth accredited investors nationwide that were in 1031 exchanges as well as those seeking to make a cash investment in an all-cash/debt-free real estate investment.
*Source: CBRE Offering Memorandum
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 firm typically has available 15-30 different DST investment options available from various DST sponsor companies for our clients to choose from, many of which are only available exclusively through Kay Properties. Our due diligence process allows our clients to understand the potential pros and cons of each offering in a way that provides them with the facts they need to make their own informed decisions. To learn more about Kay Properties please visit: www.kpi1031.com
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