||1031 DST REG-D PRIVATE PLACEMENT
|First year lease payment as percentage
of invested capital (Cash-on-cash)
|Avg Annual Paydown of Principal
||7 to 10 Years
|Investment Category||1031 DST RED D PRIVATE PLACEMENT
|There is no assurance that stated objectives will be met. Liquidity events are at sponsor's discretion.
|1031 DST REG-D PRIVATE PLACEMENT|
|First year lease payment as percentage of invested capital (Cash-on-cash)|
|Avg Annual Paydown of Principal|
|7 to 10 Years|
|1031 DST RED D PRIVATE PLACEMENT|
There is no assurance that stated objectives will be met. Liquidity events are at sponsor’s discretion.
This investment requires qualified investors. Call us if you have been designated by Fortitude as a qualified investor or to see if you can qualify.
Please note that the listing above is not an offer to sell nor a solicitation on an offer to sell, and is being supplied to you for information purposes only. All investments have inherent risks including those risks common in real estate investment. Potential risks relating to each investment property are disclosed in a private placement memorandum that must be read by the investor prior to making an investment decision. These risks include but are not limited to:
- Illiquidity (there is currently no secondary market)
- Tax status risk which may result in immediate tax liabilities, including penalties
- The fact that substantial fees associated with the purchase of the investment may, in certain cases, outweigh the tax benefits
- The risks of using leverage in real estate
- The significant tax risks for acquiring interests as replacement property
- The investment is speculative and involves a high degree of risk
- The risks associated with fractionalized ownership in real estate and investment contracts as securities
- Property appreciation is not guaranteed
- The potential for coloss of principal invested
- Other certain risks are disclosed in detail within the Private Placement Memorandum and should be reviewed before investing.
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