Tenants in Common (TIC) Replacement Properties, Tenant in Common 1031

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Cornerstone Real Estate Investment Services specializes in real estate investment securities such as  Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) and Tenant in Common (TIC) investment properties for section 1031 exchange (replacement properties), Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and real estate funds.  Cornerstone was an early member of the Tenant In Common Association and we have one of the largest listings of tenant in common properties with strict due diligence standards. Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) allows for the capital gains tax to be deferred when "like-kind" real property is exchanged.  With DST and tenant in common investments, an owner may diversify their real estate investment across multiple properties and enjoy the benefits of a tax deferred exchange.

 

Cornerstone works closely with a large number of sponsors who identify and package DST and TIC properties providing investors access to different types of exchange replacement properties all across the country.  These sponsors provide many of the pre- and post-acquisition management services that investors would otherwise have to handle themselves and at their own expense such as for due diligence, appraisal, debt financing, and environmental reports.

 

Cornerstone offers DST investments and tenants in common properties that have been designed to address a number of the burdens associated with 1031 exchanges.  We identify sponsors, review properties, perform due diligence, and offer Section 1031 DSTs and TICs to our investors.   However, we do not provide our investors with accounting, tax, or legal advice, and encourage you to obtain advice from independent advisors.

 

Once inside the password protected portion of our website you will find a robust amount of information on Delaware statutory trusts, tenant in common and 1031 exchanges, including:

 

bullet A lengthy listing of available DST and Tenant-in-common properties of all asset classes located throughout the United States,
bullet A detailed discussion of the advantages of DST and tenant-in-common investments,
bullet A serious look at the various risks associated with DST properties and TIC replacement properties, and
bullet An insightful overview of the DST and tenants-in-common industry and how both DST investments and tenant-in-common investments are structured.

In order to receive your password, please complete the Property Information Request Form below.  We will promptly email you our property listing and provide you with a password to the website. We have a strict privacy of client information policy and your information will remain confidential and NOT be referred over to other parties.
 

Cornerstone maintains an ever-changing database of approved properties. Please complete the form below to pre-register to be notified when new DST and TIC properties become available.


 
Property Listing Request Form

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 1031 Exchange Information

Is your property currently listed?   Yes   No
Estimated close date of your property:   
Your 45-day identification period ends on:   
Sale price:   
Amount of debt   
                   Would you like a Qualified Intermediary (QI) firm to contact you to assist in your 1031 exchange?  

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Suitability Information

                   Are you an accredited  investor?  

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  (The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines an accredited investor as an individual with a net worth of at least $1 million (excluding the equity in your home) or net income the last two years of $200,000 (if joint income with spouse $300,000) and with a reasonable expectation of equal or greater earnings in the current calendar year)
                   Investment objective?  

Income   Growth Safety of principal   Tax advantage

                   Investment purpose?  

Retirement   Tax shelter Current income  

                   Investment time horizon?  

Long-term (10 years +)   Intermediate (3-10 years)

Short-term (under 3 years) 

                   Risk tolerance: (check one)  

Low  0   1 2  3 4 56   7 89   10 High

Investment experience:

Real estate   years

Stocks & Bonds   years

Partnerships & other    years

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 Reply regarding available investment properties

 Reply regarding the 1031 exchange process         

    

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 For more information on this matter or if we may be of further assistance please contact us for a free consultation by calling us at 1 (800) 781-1031 or (714) 939-1031 or by e-mail at info@cornerstoneexchange.com

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