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2 Months Ago
By
Tim Shoultz

Find out why not all opportunity zones are created equal

SMARTCAP has become a leading expert in the newly released 'Opportunity Zone' tax code created as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. We devoted significant staff time and brain power to help our investors understand the key rules and regulations around Opportunity Zones. If you are interested in learning more on how to analyze a deal, feel free to click here for help!

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2 Months Ago
By
Tim Shoultz

Qualified Opportunity Zones Investments and Why You Should Care

Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program were created as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to spur long-term investment and economic development in low-income and economically depressed communities throughout the United States. A Qualified Opportunity Zone fund is an investment that is required to invest 90% or more of its assets in one or more of the designated opportunity zones to spur long term growth and help stimulate these lower income areas.

Posted
9 Months Ago
By
Tim Shoultz

Self-Directed IRA & Commercial Real Estate Investments

Many accredited investors hold much of their investable net worth in IRA& or other tax deferred accounts that have limited options for diversification

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3 Years Ago
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Tim Shoultz

CAP RATES, CAP RATE COMPRESSION AND VALUE

What is a cap rate, what does cap rate compression mean and how do both affect commercial real estate valuations?

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4 Years Ago
By
Joe Ollis

Triple-net Lease (NNN) Investing Basics

The basic idea of the triple-net lease investment is simple: the property owner nets a monthly or quarterly rental income while the commercial tenant covers the costs of operations and upkeep. The NNN property lease means that tenants, as it is stated in the lease; assume the major operating expenses of a property, or the three nets: insurance, property taxes and maintenance.