DST Offering Detail

NexPoint Storage IV DST

DST Offering Highlights

NexPoint Storage IV DST is comprised of three GenV self-storage properties. Two of the properties are located in Phoenix, Arizona and one in St. Petersburg, Florida. Current average occupancy among the properties is approximately 85%. The portfolio provides 243,656 rentable square feet throughout 2,332 units and 15 rentable RV storage spaces. NexPoint acquired the two Phoenix-area properties from a third-party seller. The St. Petersburg property was previously acquired by NexPoint through its acquisition and privatization of a publicly traded storage REIT. Unlike rural self-storage, Storage IV DST consists of GenV (vertical construction) storage facilities. The properties are in denser urban and suburban markets and provide a competitive advantage compared to low-cost competition located well outside population centers. The multi-story storage facilities include amenities such as climate-controlled units, security cameras and onsite management. The properties in the portfolio will be managed by the second largest self-storage manager in the nation – Extra Space Storage. Extra Space currently manages over 2,300 properties located throughout 41 states.
Property Status: Closed Offering
Property Type: Self Storage
Property State:  Multiple States
Property City:  Multiple Cities
Properties: 3
Units:  2,332
Offering Size: $70,344,106
Equity Offering:  $70,344,106
Loan-to-Value: 0%
Loan Terms:  No Debt
Cash Flow: Call to Confirm

About NexPoint

NexPoint is an alternative investment platform comprised of a group of investment advisers and sponsors, a broker-dealer, and a suite of related investment vehicles. Since NexPoint’s inception in 2012, the NexPoint platform has acquired $13.2 billion of gross real estate assets across several real estate sectors, including multifamily, single-family rental, self-storage, hospitality, office, industrial, retail and life sciences

Benefits of a Delaware Statutory Trust

Delaware Statutory Trusts are a popular 1031 Exchange replacement property option that allows for fractional ownership of high-quality institutional properties acquired by and managed by large real estate firms, referred to as DST sponsors.  DSTs provide a unique and flexible solution to investment property owners who want to defer tax and continue to own investment property without the management requirements of directly owned property. Below are some of the benefits of investing in DST real estate.

  • Tax Savings: DSTs allow for the deferral of federal capital gains tax, state capital gains tax, net investment income tax, and depreciation recapture tax. The tax savings can be significant, especially in states where the potential tax liability can be as high as 42%.
  • Monthly Income Potential: DSTs are structured with an emphasis on cash flow for investors and typically include high-quality institutional property.
  • Eliminate Active Property Management: Ownership of a DST is entirely management free.
  • Eliminate Tax for Estate Beneficiaries: DSTs allow for a “step-up in basis” upon the passing of an owner (elimination of Capital Gains, Depreciation Recapture, and Net Investment Income Tax).
  • Low-Cost Non-Recourse Debt Matching: Most investors have debt that must be matched in their exchange, therefor many DSTs are structured with debt in place.
  • Low Risk of a Failed 1031 Exchange: Extensive DST property due diligence is prepared in advance and DST closings can occur quickly – in a matter of days.

DST Risks

DSTs offer many benefits however they are not suitable for everyone and come with risks. Therefore, DSTs are only available to accredited investors. Before deciding to invest in DST real estate, carefully consider the following considerations: Lack of liquidity, timing of exit, lack of control, and interest rates can affect financing, leasing, and appreciation. Additionally, loan modifications may not always be possible, cash flow is not guaranteed, and projected appreciation may not occur. There are also management costs and fees associated with owning DSTs which are disclosed in the prospectus. While not a precisely defined term, a high grade, institutional-grade, or institutional-quality property generally refers to a property of sufficient size and stature to merit attention from large national or international investors.