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Innovative: Unparalleled top line revenue optimization

Sophisticated: Operational excellence in lifestyle hotels

Bespoke: Tailored, property-specific management style

Altruistic: Hotels are the stars, we just hold the spotlight

January 2024:  Hospitality Management Services is dedicated to providing high-quality hotel management services that protect your assets and help you achieve your business goals. We have a team of experts with years of experience in the hospitality industry, who will work closely with you to create a customized management plan that meets your specific needs. We’re passionate about the hospitality industry and believe that our success is deeply intertwined with the success of our clients. Contact us today to see how we can help your hotel thrive.

Investing in HMS's DMT Properties.

March 1, 2024 

A Delaware Statutory Trust is a real estate ownership structure where multiple investors each hold an undivided fractional interest in the holdings of the trust. The trust is established by a professional real estate company, referred to as a “DST sponsor”, who first identifies and acquires the real estate assets. As individuals invest, their investments displace the capital used by the DST sponsor to acquire the property until it is eventually wholly owned by the investors.

 

Investors own a beneficial interest in the trust. This means that investors hold a percentage of the ownership, and no single owner can claim exclusive ownership over any specific aspect of the real estate.

Nearly all commercial real estate property types are held as DST properties.  DST real estate is typically comprised of institutional-grade assets with competitive income potential. Due to the large purchase price of typically $30 million to $100 million, these assets would otherwise be unattainable for a typical individual investor, but are accessible through the fractional ownership offered by a DST.

A 1031 Exchange, named for Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, is a transaction approved by the IRS that allows real estate investors to defer the tax liability or capital gains taxes on the sale of investment property. DSTs are considered direct property ownership for tax purposes, and as such, they are eligible for tax-deferred 1031 Exchanges. 

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