Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds allow investors with capital gains the ability to achieve numerous tax benefits, including capital gains tax deferral, reduction, and exclusion. Below is a sponsored list of some of our favorite OZ funds.
Multi-asset multifamily real estate fund whose strategy is to assemble a portfolio consisting primarily of ground-up development projects that are able to produce viable returns before factoring in the QOZ tax benefits.
Project-specific OZ fund, invested in Marina Square — located in downtown Bremerton WA, just outside Seattle. Plans include a new hotel, restaurant/bar, and apartments in two, 6-story towers above 3-levels of subterranean parking.
Venture capital-based Qualified Opportunity Fund investing in high-growth start-up and expansion stage disruptive businesses across the United States. The fund will consist of 20-30 dominant and distributive companies in fast-growing markets.
Real estate fund in rental housing (apartments and single family rentals), hospitality, office/industrial, and preferred equity opportunities in the Southeast, Texas, and Southwest regions.
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