1031 Exchange Replacement Property Overview & Delaware Statutory Trust Properties Webinar
Please join Kay Properties and Investments for a webinar on DST 1031 Exchange Investments
We will be discussing:
- The DST 1031 Marketplace "Who is Who and What is What"
- The Kay Properties DST 1031 Platform - Accessing over 25 different major DST Sponsor Companies and between 20-40 DST Offerings using www.kpi1031.com
- DST 1031 Strategies - Non-Recourse Loans for debt replacement, All-Cash/Debt-Free DST properties, Potential Liquidity Options and Diversification*
- True Diversification Using the Kay Properties DST platform - Sponsor Diversification, Asset Class Diversification, Market Diversification and Financing Diversification*
*Diversification does not guarantee profits or protect against losses.
Every Wednesday at 11 am PT / 2 pm ET
Can't make the webinar time? Register anyway and we'll send you the video replay!
Learn More About:
✔ Management-Free 1031 Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Properties —No More Tenants, Toilets And Trash!
✔ Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) 1031 Strategies — NonRecourse Loans For Debt Replacement, All-Cash/DebtFree DST Properties, Potential Liquidity Options And Diversification
✔ True Diversification Using The Kay Properties Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Platform — Sponsor Diversification, Asset Class Diversification, Market Diversification And Financing Diversification**
✔ Cash Out Refinance - Defer Your Taxes And Receive Liquidity Potential
✔ Explore Cash Options With Investments Right From Your 401k or IRA
✔ Create Monthly Income Potential, Appreciation Potential, And Tax Advantages
✔ Close Your 1031 Exchange In As Little As Three Days
✔ Tenants Include Amazon, FedEx, Dollar General, Walgreens, CVS, Fresenius and More
✔ Asset Classes Include: Multifamily, Net Lease, Self Storage, Industrial and Mobile Homes
✔ The Kay Properties DST 1031 Platform — Accessing Over 25 different DST Sponsor Companies And Between 20-40 DST Offerings
Please note these events are for accredited investors only. Please verify with your CPA & attorney prior to attending if you and your investment entity are considered accredited. Accredited investors are defined under SEC Rule 506 of Regulation D. Generally, an investor is deemed accredited if their net worth is greater than $1,000,000 exclusive of their primary residence and/or their annual income exceeds $200,000 for the current and past two years. Click here to view an applicable SEC bulletin.