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Triple Net Leased Properties in Florida are Perfect For Investors Who Want Passive Income For Retirement
Florida has no personal state income tax which makes it a favorite place to invest for Institutional Investors and High Net Worth Individuals from all over the World. Single tenant net lease properties with long term leases, credit worthy tenants, and little or no management are the perfect investment vehicle for investors looking for passive income and the state income tax advantages that Florida offers.
Investors From High Tax States Buying Florida NNN Properties
Investors from California, New York, New Jersey, Illinois and other high tax States have been aggressively buying single tenant net lease properties throughout Florida. Retailers like 7-Eleven with long term triple net leases and Quick Service Restaurants with drive thru windows are in high demand. 1031 Exchange buyers have been driving the demand by selling in their investments in high tax States and re-investing in Florida.
Net Leased Properties Can Provide Reliable Income for Retirement With Little or No Management
These prime investment properties with long term leases and credit tenants are used often by investors to create income for future generations. Single tenant net leased properties with tenants like JP Morgan Chase, CVS, Walgreens, Bank of America or McDonalds are used by Individual Investors and Institutional Investors to create reliable income streams for retirement and estate planning.
Florida NNN properties with credit tenants used in a 1031 Exchange
are a powerful tool for building and preserving wealth.
A tax-deferred exchange allows you to preserve your wealth by reinvesting in “like-kind” assets. When you sell your investment property you may incur federal capital gains taxes and, in some states, you may incur state taxes as well. You should ask your tax advisor or attorney if you meet the requirements of a tax-deferred exchange under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Frequently Asked Questions about 1031 Exchanges
Florida has no personal State income Tax, No State Income Tax on Limited Partnerships, and No State Corporate Income Tax on Subchapter S-Corporations. For high earning investors high income tax states, selling and reinvesting in Florida may serve them a considerable amount of money.
Credit Worthy Tenants
There are NNN Properties available for Sale in Florida with National Credit Worth Tenants like Walgreens, CVS, 7-Eleven, McDonald’s and Chase Bank, These properties have long term leases and require little or no daily management. Leases are often guranteed by corporation with billions of dollars in assets. These are perfect for out of state owners.
Our relationships with Real Estate Developers, Insurance Companies, Real Estate Investment Trusts, and High Net worth Individuals give us access to an ongoing pipeline of NNN Properties in Florida.