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1031 Investments With No Landlord Responsibilities

A Delaware Statutory Trust or a DST is a privately held trust responsible for buying, managing, administering, and selling real estate properties. DSTs are formed by filing a Certificate of Trust with the Delaware Division of Corporations and governed by Chapter 38, Part V-Title 12 of the annotated Delaware Code. DST investors enjoy fractional ownership …

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Two Highly-Rewarding, Less Management Intensive Investment Options

Management burden or rising operating expenses can upset any investor. When you lease a rental property to a tenant, you are required to pay operating expenses from your monthly income. Depending upon the property size, year of built, wear and tear, etc., the operating costs can take away a significant portion of your income. To …

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Investments With Little-to-No Landlord Responsibilities

Most investors lose a significant part of their monthly income in paying operating expenses. When you invest in real estate, in most cases, you are burdened with landlord responsibilities. Keeping track of property bills, paying operating expenses like utilities, property tax, insurance, etc., take away a large portion of your time and money. As a …

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No Landlord Responsibilities With NNN Investment

Sometimes, maintaining an investment property may become long-term suffering. After all, it does not only require paying operating expenses but also tracking the bills and ensuring all of them are timely paid. We often hear investors complaining about the effort they need to put in to maintain their investment properties. If you are also uncomfortable …

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Don’t Let The Burden of Property Management Affect Your Investment

While owning an investment property is considered highly-profitable, managing the same property might turn into long-term suffering. Under normal circumstances, when you rent out your investment property to a tenant, you receive a flat rent on the property. Whereas, you need to take care of all operating expenses associated with the property. Expenses like utility …

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Did You Get Your 1031 Exchange Property List?

When doing a 1031 exchange, it’s crucial to have a 1031 exchange property list. Why? Well, it’s obvious. A 1031 exchange property list helps an investor identify and choose replacement properties without wandering around. Isn’t it a big help when considering a 1031 exchange? After all, most of the unsuccessful 1031 exchanges are a result …

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How Is A 1033 Exchange Different From A 1031 Exchange?

Real estate investors should have an alternative for every investment they initiate. Sometimes, these alternatives fetch more profit than primary investment plans. Where investors should pay attention to is the investment plan, which they’re considering an alternative to the primary one, is actually an alternative. It’s quite normal to get confused among two similar investment …

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