1031 Investors

DST Investments, LLC (“DST”) helps customers to defer taxes and make better investment decisions. Most of our customers are in the process of selling or have sold investment real estate and they are looking for properties to strategically reinvest their capital into that will generate income while deferring their capital gains taxes under IRC 1031 which is called 1031 Exchange.

DST along with its affiliate partners have in 15 years helped our customers complete well over $1 Billion dollars in real estate acquisitions, of which the majority were 1031 exchanges. We connect our customers to the best affiliates that help them through the entire 1031 exchange process and source tailored real estate investments to meet their investment goals.

DST provides you with access to all the top Sponsors / 1031 Exchange Experts nationally that we have been doing business throughout the industry. Contact us at info@DST.investments  or continue reading to explore more about how we can help you in your 1031 Exchange.

For those seeking 1031 replacement property, the DST 1031 option has become an increasingly popular option for investors that were previously considering a NNN property.

DST 1031 properties are “pre-packaged” for 1031 investors to be able to close on immediately.  For an investor in a 1031 time crunch, a DST property that has been pre- packaged can be a potential solution to a very real capital gains tax burden.

The 45-day identification period of a 1031 exchange moves very quickly, and investors wanting to purchase a single NNN property have very real risks, such as financing not coming through, issues with third-party reports such as appraisals and environmental reports and sellers not disclosing material items in the property’s lease, such as early termination clauses or co-tenancy clauses, which can change the economics of the previously agreed upon purchase price.

Much can go wrong with trying to purchase a NNN property. The DST 1031 provides a solution to investors not wanting to be burdened with the closing risks, resulting in a potentially failed 1031 exchange of a NNN property.