The PPA Group believes in offering a variety of investment structures to provide opportunities for all types of investors to enjoy the benefits of multifamily real estate ownership.

  • ico-crosshair INVESTMENT FUNDS

    The PPA Group offers discretionary investment funds through its subsidiary company, Casoro Capital. These funds are suitable and attractive for high net worth individuals, family offices, and institutions. Visit Casoro Capital’s website for more information.

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  • ico-circle JOINT VENTURE OPPORTUNITIES

    We work collaboratively with our joint-venture partners to add multifamily investment expertise that provides value to the transactions along with capital. Private joint venture equity can add value to nationwide opportunities for development, repositioning, and value-added acquisitions. One objective is to source educated equity capital for projects that yield above-market, risk-adjusted returns. We develop and maintain mutually beneficial, long-term, working relationships with reputable individuals and institutions.

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  • ico-check 1031 EXCHANGES

    In 2002, the IRS issued new guidelines on how a group of buyers can pool their equity to “exchange” or “trade up” to larger commercial investment properties, defer capital gains taxes, and still satisfy 1031 Exchange requirements as individual investors.

    1031 Exchange is a real estate investment technique that enables sellers of income property to defer paying capital gains taxes by naming a “like kind” property within 45 days and then reinvesting the profits within 180 days according to the 1984 Congressional Tax Reform Act

    Generally, if you exchange business or investment property solely for business or investment property of a like-kind, no gain or loss is recognized under Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. If, as part of the exchange, you also receive other (not like-kind) property or money, gain is recognized to the extent of the other property and money received, but a loss is not recognized.

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  • ico-crosshair SELF-DIRECTED RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS

    Investors with individual retirement accounts can increase the size of their Self-Directed Retirement Account funds by using them for strategic real estate investments. A Self-Directed Retirement Account owner makes an investment decision on behalf of the retirement plan. The Internal Revenue Service requires the owner to have either a qualified trustee or custodian hold the asset on behalf of the owner. Generally, the trustee for the owner of a self-directed individual retirement account will maintain the assets, all transactions and other records pertaining to them. Most Self-Directed IRA custodians will permit their clients to engage in a wide variety of investments including real estate. Such investments can substantially increase the owner’s IRA account and help secure the owner’s financial situation during retirement years. It is a little-known but highly effective way to invest in real estate using IRA funds.

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