When it comes to a DST 1031 property and a traditional 1031 exchange, there are two different qualification. The main DST 1031 qualification is that it cannot be your primary residence. If you are looking to sell an investment property and defer the capital gains tax, then you can qualify. There are many rules according to the IRS that you must satisfy in order to defer your capital gains tax in a 1031 exchange. If you are looking for info about a DST 1031 property, that is a different topic. A DST 1031 property is the investment property that is used to defer your capital gains tax while continuing to receive passive monthly income, as well as appreciation. There are many articles on our site that go into more detail on what a DST 1031 property is and how you can invest in these properties. If you would like more info on what a DST 1031 property is, you can fill out our contact form or call us and will be happy to provide you with more info on the Delaware Statutory Trust Opportunities!
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