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ST. ARNOLD COMMERCIAL
ABOUT ST. ARNOLD COMMERCIAL
Saint Arnold Commercial has received industry recognition for offering the highest level of expertise in commercial real estate that is available. We are among an elite group of real estate professionals that have earned the designation as a Certified Commercial Investment Member or CCIM. Less than 1% of over 30,000 Real Estate Agents and Brokers in Michigan are a CCIM Designee.
Tenant Perspective: Your success makes ours possible: Saint Arnold Commercial understands what it means to consistently meet tenant needs—management responsiveness, location analysis, tenant buildout with no construction delays, quality finishes, and more. This is why properties developed and projects managed by the St. Arnold Commercial team have always had extraordinarily
high occupancy and renewal rates.
Property Owner Perspective: As a Certified Commercial-Investment Member (CCIM), a Licensed Real Estate Broker and a Licensed Builder, St. Arnold Commercial has the credentials and perspective necessary to successfully help you manage and build your property portfolio. Our knowledge of retail and office leasing helps landlords develop new strategies for attracting quality tenants.
As a licensed builder with over 30 years of commercial renovation project experience, St. Arnold Commercial has completed 100’s of thousands of square feet of commercial renovation projects spanning office, industrial and retail sectors. St. Arnold Commercial’s turnaround record with complex, fast track, on budget projects involving a wide range of properties is exceptional.
How many times have you heard, or made these comments? “If I sell my property, I will be burdened with taxes?”
Sound too familiar? Most people do not realize high costs of estate tax, and that “step-up” values were set to cap at $5,600,000 in 2018! There is a smart, functional, and legal way to address these issues. The answer may lie with a powerful tax tool called the Deferred Sales Trust™.
“I do not want to continue to hold or manage the asset or investment, in order for my kids to inherit my assets at a stepped-up value when I pass away”
Most investors are familiar with using a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange to defer Capital gains tax. While this may be a viable strategy for some investors, for those that no longer want to hold the asset or that are uncomfortable with the 6-month window for finding a replacement property, the Deferred Sales Trust may offer a better solution.
Those of us own highly appreciated assets such as homes, commercial real estate or businesses are often reluctant to sell that asset because of the capital gain tax and depreciation recapture costs associated with the sale.
The Deferred Sales Trust is an IRS recognized way to defer capital gains tax. In some cases, it can reduce your overall tax burden. The Deferred Sales Trust™ can provide a way out.
If you own a business or real estate with a large amount of gain and are not selling your property because of capital gain taxes, or can’t find suitable, qualified property exchanges, then you may want to consider a Deferred Sales Trust™ (DST).