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Daily Archives: May 19, 2016

Comparing DSTs to TICs In A 1031 Exchange

When it comes to investing in real estate, many savvy investors understand the benefits of fractional or co-ownership arrangements. Less day-to-day management responsibilities, bigger and better investment properties become available to them, and they can diversify their investment portfolios beyond traditional single-owner properties. But when an investor is ready to make the leap from single-ownership property to either a Tenancy In Common (TIC) or Delaware Statutory Trust (DST), the investor may be confused with the differences between the two. Here is a quick side-by-side comparison to clear things up. DST Structure TIC Structure IRS Reference Rev. Ruling 2004-86 Rev. Procedure 2002-22 # of Investors 499 max. 35 max. Ownership interest […]