NNN 1031 Case Studies

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

Most investors have experienced a run up in real estate values; and with a prospective sale of a real estate asset pending, in consultation with their accounting professionals, they begin to explore how to defer substantial capital gains in the most efficient manner. Utilizing and executing a successful IRC 1031 Exchange Provisions is the principal vehicle that was retained in the recent Tax Act.

The IRC 1031 Compliance timelines require an “Identification” of your trade replacement property within 45 days of their completed sale of the relinquished property; and, then, an additional 135 days to complete the purchase of the new property that tax deferral transaction.    Easy…Right!

Well, not so fast.

The challenge, in part, is to define your client-specific investment objectives: Continue reading NNN 1031 Case Studies

The 1031 Net Lease Broker Conundrum

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

As a Net Lease Investment Advisor and Buyer’s Broker, we face a number of practical challenges in the recent and current Net Lease Market.

Challenge #1:  Accessing net lease ‘product’ or properties that match a Buyer’s stated criteria.  Reproducing the cash flow of their existing asset is a point of departure, only. Then, we need to establish “What is a risk-adjusted return?”  OK, you say, you want a limited risk new investment.  No problem; but since the Great Recession with most compressed cap rates in memory (Higher prices), we have to sort through the “Net Lease Wheat from the Net Lease Chaff”. Continue reading The 1031 Net Lease Broker Conundrum

A Net Lease Asset History Lesson

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

We believe it is, in fact, helpful to have some historical sense of the evolution of the Net Lease Niche of the Real Estate Industry to have a better sense as to how these asset fit into the investment objectives of investors small and large in today’s maturing marketplace.

If you think about it, real estate, as an investment asset class, is a relatively recent development. It was always an entrepreneurial endeavor and was fueled as a worthy investment vehicle going back to the ‘mid-70’s and ERISA provisions, in those days total assets of private pension funds amounted to something like $164 billion dollars; today, of course, its in the “Trillions.” Continue reading A Net Lease Asset History Lesson

The Net Lease Niche

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

Over the last decade at various Net Lease Conferences on both East Coast (NYC) and West Coast (LA) I have been a Moderator and Panel Speaker. The most recent one was held in Los Angeles last week.

In attendance, were some of the giants of the Single Tenant Net Lease sector, like Realty Income, Angelo, Gordon & Co. and W.P. Carey. All multi-billion dollar asset owners who have enviable track records of consistent performance. They were an impressive cross-section of high net worth investors, Family offices and investment brokers from all of the major firms, SRS Partners, M & M, HFF, JLL (a lot of initials) and smaller service boutiques as well. Continue reading The Net Lease Niche

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