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What is an
Alternative Real Estate Investment?
You may have many choices when investing in real estate and we can provide a wide range of opportunities for you to consider. This includes real estate funds, property portfolios and individual properties. Real estate funds typically focus on one or more property types such as multi-family, student housing, retail, office, healthcare, assisted living, self-storage, industrial and parking facilities. IRS Code 1031 allows you to defer paying capital gains taxes by reinvesting the proceeds of the sale of your investment property into another investment property of equal or greater value, which includes ownership structures such as Tenants In Common (TIC) and Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST).
What are the Benefits of
Alternative Real Estate Investments?
TIC's and DST's are two forms of co-ownership whereby multiple independent owners may purchase one property. Over the last few years, DST's have been growing in popularity as they provide some flexibility over TIC's. Moving from individual ownership to co-ownership allows you to be an investor and not a property manager. So no more having to personally deal with tenants or property issues. We can further discuss the benefits and risks of both structures when speaking with you.
Why choose
Veterans Realty Advisors?
We have access to a significant number of investment opportunities that you may want to consider for your 1031 exchange. While specific opportunities are constantly changing, they can often include a number of different property types. These properties are geographically dispersed providing the opportunity to invest closer to home or throughout the country. Once we have had the opportunity to learn about you and your investment goals, we can provide multiple investment properties for you to consider as part of your 1031 exchange.
These are the primary steps in the process of turning your real estate property into Alternative Real Estate Investments:
Determine if selling your property
makes sense.
List your property with a Broker.
Open an account with an accommodator.
Together look for exchange opportunities.
Legal review of all documents.
Upon escrow
closing, funds
are wired to
various sponsors.
Sit back and
collect income.
Veterans Realty Advisors takes you seamlessly from start to finish.
CPA Services
CPA Services
Real Estate Broker
Real Estate Broker
Qualified Intermediary
Qualified Intermediary
Alternative Investment
Specialists
Alternative Investment Specialists
Real Estate Attorney
Real Estate Attorney
VETERANS
REALTY ADVISORS
HELPING VETERANS DIVERSIFY INVESTMENTS
VETERANS
REALTY ADVISORS
HELPING VETERANS DIVERSIFY INVESTMENTS
Call Us: (760) 525-4540
Veterans Realty Advisors
HOME CPA SERVICES REAL ESTATE BROKER QUALIFIED INTERMEDIARY ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT SPECIALISTS REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY CONTACT
HELPING VETERANS DIVERSIFY INVESTMENTS
What is an Alternative
Real Estate Investment?
You may have many choices when investing in real estate and we can provide a wide range of opportunities for you to consider. This includes real estate funds, property portfolios and individual properties. Real estate funds typically focus on one or more property types such as multi-family, student housing, retail, office, healthcare, assisted living, self-storage, industrial and parking facilities. IRS Code 1031 allows you to defer paying capital gains taxes by reinvesting the proceeds of the sale of your investment property into another investment property of equal or greater value, which includes ownership structures such as Tenants In Common (TIC) and Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST).
What are the Benefits of
Alternative Real Estate
Investments?
TIC's and DST's are two forms of co-ownership whereby multiple independent owners may purchase one property. Over the last few years, DST's have been growing in popularity as they provide some flexibility over TIC's. Moving from individual ownership to co-ownership allows you to be an investor and not a property manager. So no more having to personally deal with tenants or property issues. We can further discuss the benefits and risks of both structures when speaking with you.
Why choose
Veterans Realty Advisors?
We have access to a significant number of investment opportunities that you may want to consider for your 1031 exchange. While specific opportunities are constantly changing, they can often include a number of different property types. These properties are geographically dispersed providing the opportunity to invest closer to home or throughout the country. Once we have had the opportunity to learn about you and your investment goals, we can provide multiple investment properties for you to consider as part of your 1031 exchange.
These are the primary steps in the process of turning your real estate property into Alternative Real Estate Investments:
Determine if selling your property
makes sense.
List your property with a Broker.
Open an account with an accommodator.
Together look for exchange opportunities.
Legal review of all documents.
Upon escrow
closing, funds
are wired to
sponsors.
Sit back and
collect income.
Veterans Realty Advisors takes you seamlessly from start to finish.
CPA Services
CPA Services
Real Estate Broker
Real Estate Broker
Qualified Intermediary
Qualified Intermediary
Alternative Investment
Specialists
Alternative Investment Specialists
Real Estate Attorney
Real Estate Attorney
VETERANS
REALTY ADVISORS
HELPING VETERANS DIVERSIFY INVESTMENTS
VETERANS REALTY ADVISORS
(760) 525-4540
What is an
Alternative Real Estate Investment?

You may have many choices when investing in real estate and we can provide a wide range of opportunities for you to consider. This includes real estate funds, property portfolios and individual properties. Real estate funds typically focus on one or more property types such as multi-family, student housing, retail, office, healthcare, assisted living, self-storage, industrial and parking facilities. IRS Code 1031 allows you to defer paying capital gains taxes by reinvesting the proceeds of the sale of your investment property into another investment property of equal or greater value, which includes ownership structures such as Tenants In Common (TIC) and Delaware Statutory Trusts (DST).

What are the Benefits of
Alternative Real Estate Investments?

TIC's and DST's are two forms of co-ownership whereby multiple independent owners may purchase one property. Over the last few years, DST's have been growing in popularity as they provide some flexibility over TIC's. Moving from individual ownership to co-ownership allows you to be an investor and not a property manager. So no more having to personally deal with tenants or property issues. We can further discuss the benefits and risks of both structures when speaking with you.

Why choose
Veterans Realty Advisors?

We have access to a significant number of investment opportunities that you may want to consider for your 1031 exchange. While specific opportunities are constantly changing, they can often include a number of different property types. These properties are geographically dispersed providing the opportunity to invest closer to home or throughout the country. Once we have had the opportunity to learn about you and your investment goals, we can provide multiple investment properties for you to consider as part of your 1031 exchange.
With Veterans Realty Advisors you have your own team of independent experts working in concert to help you diversify your investments.

We take you seamlessly through all the steps in the process of turning your real estate property into Alternative Real Estate Investments.


These are the primary steps involved:
  • Determine if selling your property makes sense.
  • List your property with a Broker.
  • Open an account with an accommodator.
  • Together look for exchange opportunities.
  • Legal review of all documents.
  • Upon escrow closing, funds are wired to various sponsors.
  • Sit back and collect income.

Give us a call: (760) 525-4540

VETERANS REALTY ADVISORS