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A better way to gain from opportunity zone tax incentives
Park View OZ REIT investors can participate in opportunity zone tax incentives with the liquidity of stock ownership. Stock ownership provides investors two significant benefits over the partnership units that currently dominate opportunity zone investment options.
Access: Owning shares of stock is familiar and accessible for almost all investors. Stock investing eliminates many of the obstacles investors typically face with partnership offerings including the notoriously difficult K-1 partnership tax forms, lengthy capital commitments often of 10 years or more, accreditation requirements, high fees, and high investment minimums.
Wealth Management: Stock ownership also greatly increases the financial planning utility of opportunity zone tax incentives because the investor can choose a holding period that best suits their unique financial circumstance. Shareholders can defer capital gain tax liability for a year or a few years before exiting or they may choose to stay in the investment for decades compounding growth tax-free.
Here are some of Park View OZ REIT's benefits.
Potentially Eliminate Capital Gain Tax
Qualified Business Income Deduction
Public Reporting Company Transparency
Low Fees (0.75% Management Fee)
No Sales Commision
No Acquisition or Disposition Fees
Tax Efficiency of a REIT - No Double Taxation
Make a Positive Social Impact
No Investor Accreditation Requirement
Ability to Maximize Tax Benefits Through Control of Investment Timing
Unrestricted Shares of Stock
Public Reporting Company Transparency
Easier Tax Filing (No K-1s or Multiple K-1s)
Potential State and Local Tax Benefits
Low Investment Minimum of $10,000
We designed this stock offering to be a competitive advantage for financial professionals. We make it easy to employ these new tax incentives. Many clients appreciate the positive social impact which is at the heart of the opportunity zone program.
Park View OZ REIT is a qualified opportunity zone fund (QOF). The proceeds of this offering will be invested in opportunity zone properties throughout the U.S. Our structure is highly advantageous for investors with capital gains. It allows all investors the potential to compound growth in a highly tax efficient investment.
Learn more about Park View OZ REIT from our offering circular, investor brief and slide presentation.
How to invest: The button below leads to our subscription agreement. You can purchase shares in minutes by filling out and signing the document electronically.
Investing in Opportunity
Articles and Webinars
New QOF Structures Offer Increased Liquidity Greater Access to Opportunity Zone Incentives
Thomson Reuters November 2021
Michael Kelley authors this article describing a new wave of QOFs that offer shares of stock instead of the traditional limited partership interest. Investors and financial planners can enjoy the accessibility of stock ownership. Additionally stock ownership allows investor to control their holding period. QOF's tax incentives can now be tailored to maximize the benefits for each investors unique financail needs.
This article was originally published in multiple Thomson Reuters properties including Practical Tax Strategies, Checkpoint and Westlaw.
How Collectors of Art can Benefit from QOFs
CPA Journal March 2019
Michael Kelley co-authors this article describing how changes in the tax law have taken away "like kind exchanges" for those with capital gains in collectibles (art, precious metals etc.) but it has also given collectors a powerful new tool in the form of Qualified Opportunity Funds
CPA Academy Webinar March 2020
Park View Investments hosted a very successful opportunity zone webinar through the CPA Academy. We had over a thousand participants from the CPA, wealth management, and legal communities. The webinar discusses the recently finalized OZ regulations and many creative ways QOFs can be used to create tax efficient results.
Preserving Generational Wealth
CPA Journal January 2020
Michael Kelley co-authors this article. Irrevocable grantor trusts (IGTs) have long been used to pass down appreciating assets, such as family businesses or real estate, through generations. IGTs' flaw are that it can make capital gains tax worse. Qualified Opportunity Funds can eliminate these capital gains. It is a powerful pairing.
CPA Academy Webinar November 2021
Park View OZ REIT hosted a webinar "Getting the Most Out of Opportunity Zone Tax Incentives" The one-hour presentation gives CPAs, wealth managers and other tax advisors the knowledge they need to build liquid and tax efficient strategies to suit their client's finacial needs.
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