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Tax-Advantaged Real Estate Investments

IPC specializes in offering multiple-owner, tax-focused, private placement investments, including DST (Delaware statutory trust) 1031s and QOZ (Qualified Opportunity Zone) opportunities throughout the United States.

  • Tax deferral and estate planning strategies
  • Potential income and capital appreciation
  • Diversification benefits

Key Differentiators

  • Properties purchased on its balance sheet and syndicates interests through a series closed-end funds
  • Performs regular cash basis audits to offer transparency to both advisors and investors
  • IPC employs a multi-sector approach to tax-efficient investment returns

Investment Vehicles Commonly Offered

  • Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs)
  • Qualified Opportunity Funds (QOFs)
  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

Portfolio Highlights

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Years of Combined Leadership Experience

IPC Leadership

Since IPC’s inception in 2001, Inland entities, Inland employees and spouses, Inland directors, Inland officers and affiliated Inland employees have owned more than $91 million of equity in IPC sponsored offerings, reflecting Inland’s alignment with its investors.

Keith Lampi 1 2022
Keith Lampi

Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer & President

Nati (2)
Nati Kiferbaum

Senior Vice President, Head of Investment Product Strategy

Rahul (2)
Rahul Sehgal

Chief Investment Officer,
Executive Vice President

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Inland Private Capital Corporation?

In 2001, Inland Private Capital Corporation was formed to provide replacement properties for investors wishing to complete a tax-deferred exchange under Section 1031, as well as investors seeking a quality, multiple-owner real estate investment. The programs sponsored by IPC offer securities to accredited investors on a private placement basis. IPC was the recipient of the 2006 and 2015 ACE (A Champion of Excellence) Awards given by the Alternative and Direct Investment Securities Association (“ADISA”), formerly known as the Real Estate Investment Securities Association, a trade association of the real estate securities industry. IPC is a founding member of ADISA.

What are the investment structures offered by IPC?

IPC presently offers Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs) and Qualified Opportunity Funds (QOFs) offered via Rule 506(b) Regulation D Private Placements, and Limited Liability Companies (L.L.C.s).

What property asset classes does IPC offer?

IPC is active in many commercial real estate sectors including Multifamily, Self-Storage, Senior Living, Industrial, Medical Office, Retail, Student Housing, Net-Leased Office and others. DST offerings are asset-class specific and may be comprised of a single property, or multiple properties which provide diversification within the asset class. IPC's QOFs are presently development projects in the aforementioned sectors.

Why are the offerings structured as DSTs or QOFs?

Interests in a DST are considered “like-kind” real estate in a Section 1031 exchange. Key benefits of the DST structure include favorable loan terms, lower annual administrative costs, no personal liability for beneficiaries under any loans, lower transactions costs, and no accreditation fees required to be paid by investors.

A taxpayer who invests into a QOF may be entitled to three tax benefits: (1) deferral of capital gains taxes earned through the sale of certain identified assets, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, jewelry, art, businesses, etc; and (2) elimination of capital gains tax with respect to appreciation of the investment in the QOF if it is held for at least 10 years. The tax benefits of investing in a QOF are limited to investments of deferred capital gains. Although investments in QOFs are not limited to investments of deferred gain, only investments of deferred gain receive the tax benefits described here.

What is IPC’s monthly inventory?

IPC averages a monthly inventory of approximately $232MM and strives to continually offer investors a wide wide variety of tax-advantaged offerings.

Who can participate in IPC investments?

IPC-sponsored investments involve a high degree of risk and are suitable only for persons of substantial financial means who have no need for liquidity and who can afford to lose their entire investment. IPC-sponsored investment programs will only accept a subscription from an “accredited investor,” as defined in Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933. IPC-sponsored investment programs will not accept subscriptions from, or made on behalf of, (1) tax-exempt entities, including but not limited to qualified employee pension and profit sharing trusts, individual retirement accounts, Simple 401(k) plans, annuities and charitable remainder trusts, or (2) foreign persons.

What are investors purchasing?

DST investors are purchasing a beneficial interest in the trust. QOF investors are purchasing units in the fund. There are no share classes or volume discounts associated with either structure.

How long is the closing process for the purchase of an interest?

In general, and subject to certain closing conditions applicable to the individual IPC-sponsored programs, the purchase of an interest in an IPC offering will be closed within 15 to 30 days after receiving the completed Investor Questionnaire & Purchase Agreement. Accordingly, if you are acquiring an interest as replacement property in a 1031 exchange transaction, you must have sufficient time remaining in your 180-day period for acquiring your replacement property to accommodate this 15-to 30-day period necessary for the closing to occur.

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