Are you worn down from active investment property ownership?
Ready to retire your landlord status forever?
Have you been exploring selling your investment portfolio but cannot find suitable “like-kind property” to acquire?
A 1031 exchange of your investment properties into a Delaware Statutory Trust* (DST) could potentially offer the solution you are seeking:
Fractional ownership of “best-in-class” commercial real estate projects
Potential for passive cash flow from a diversified portfolio of professionally managed assets
Limited personal liability - loans can be non-recourse and do not require investor underwriting
Minimum investment per DST project potentially as low as $25,000
Your hosts from Blueprint Equity will be joined by:
6pm - 630pm - networking cocktails
630pm - 8pm - presentations
Space is limited to 50 - register early and be on time so we can end on time!
Accredited investors only may attend dinner.
Accredited Investors: Net worth of $1,000,000 or more (not including your personal residence), or gross income of at least $200,000 for the last two years or at least $300,000 if filing jointly.
This material does not constitute an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. Such offers can be made only by the confidential Private Placement Memorandum (the "Memorandum"). Please be aware that this material cannot and does not replace the Memorandum and is qualified in its entirety by the Memorandum. Past performance is not indicative of future results. There is no guarantee that any specific outcome will be achieved. Investments may be illiquid, speculative and there is risk of total loss. This material is not intended as tax or legal advice so please do speak with your attorney and CPA prior to considering any investment. Securities offered through registered representatives of LightPath Capital, Inc., Member FINRA / SIPC and Boustead Securities, LLC, Member FINRA / SIPC.
*DSTs are private placements, and like all real estate, have risks including illiquidity, market risk, interest rate risk, and investors could suffer loss of principal. Investors are urged to read the Risks Factors section of the Memorandum before investing.