3 Investor Mistakes to Avoid With DSTs

On top of current trends, tax-savvy real estate investors have witnessed a surge of sellers using a 1031 exchange (opens in new tab) and Delaware Statutory Trusts (opens in new tab) (DSTs) as their replacement properties. For investors wanting to jump in, though, there are three investor mistakes to avoid with DSTs.

DSTs (opens in new tab) are passive equity interests in large institutional quality real estate syndications. Real estate investors can pick from investments such as Amazon distribution centers, manufactured home parks, industrial buildings, senior living, self-storage, Class A apartment buildings, Walmart stores, FedEx buildings, medical buildings, hotels and other commercial real estate categories. DSTs can provide for immediate and passive income, the potential for growth, freedom from landlord duties and no personal liability.

Why Invest in a DST?