Behringer, a sponsor of alternative investments, announced that National Income Properties DST IV – the fourth in a series of multi-property Delaware statutory trust programs – is now fully committed and subscribed.
“This latest portfolio includes three high-quality, credit tenant assets leased to Tractor Supply [NASDAQ: TSCO] on a long-term basis,” said Brad Watt, executive vice president and managing director of Behringer Net Lease Advisors, LLC. “This is Behringer’s fourth completed DST offering, consistent with our plan of arranging and offering a continuous series of multi-property DSTs to independent broker-dealers and other qualified investment buyers.”
Behringer’s net lease investment platform is structured as multi-property, net lease portfolios that offer access to real estate through fractional or sole ownership with the potential for capital preservation, appreciation, and tax-efficient, non-correlating income.
“We are pleased with the continued success of this series of multi-property DST offerings and believe that these programs address an important need for investors,” said Jason Mattox, executive vice president and chief operating officer at Behringer.
Behringer creates and manages real estate investments through public and private fund structures, joint ventures, and separately managed accounts. The company also offers strategic advisory, asset management, tax-deferred exchange and capital markets solutions. Investments sponsored and managed by the Behringer group of companies have invested into more than $11 billion in assets.
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