FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Legacy Developers, LLC is developer of Class A self-storage facilities with a national presence. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to creating state-of-the-art storage facilities that meet the needs of our customers. With our elite team, we strive to exceed expectations and deliver projects that set the standard in the industry. Legacy Builder Capital is the brand uniting the various aspects of the Legacy universe, including the development team, acquisitions team and the fund management team. The legal name of this fund is “LEGACY DEVELOPERS FUND, LP”, which is what will appear on all reports and tax documentation. The fund is run by ”Legacy Investment Management, LLC”, an Exempt Reporting Adviser. Joe Evangelisti and Brian Brogan are responsible for execution and compliance of all associated brands under the Legacy Builder Capital umbrella.
Accredited Investors, as defined under the rules established by the Investment Company Act of 1940 and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commissions (“SEC”). Accredited Investors are individuals or entities that meet certain financial criteria, including income thresholds and/or investable net worth (to exclude the value of their personal residence), and are therefore allowed to participate in certain types of private investment. (See details)
The LBC Storage Fund is a type of investment vehicle that pools capital from multiple investors to invest in self storage properties or related assets. The purpose of the fund is to provide individual investors with an opportunity to invest in a diversified portfolio of self storage assets, without the need to directly purchase, own, or manage the properties themselves.
Investors will receive quarterly investor financial reports. In addition, Legacy Builder Capital will send out articles and newsletters covering self-storage topics, project updates and other company news.
Investors will receive an audited form K-1 for their interest in the fund. The K-1 tax document is a form used to report a shareholder's share of income, losses, deductions, and credits from a partnership, LLC, or S corporation. It is used by the shareholder to calculate their personal tax liability for the year and is submitted to the IRS at tax time as part of the investor’s documentation package.
The fund’s managers will take advantage of all available and acceptable tax methodologies for the fund, including the use of accelerated depreciation/cost segregation upon receipt of a valid Certificate of Occupancy. These procedures may result in beneficial tax treatment in the year of their execution, which will pass through directly to the Limited Partnership investors.
No, the fund is unable to accept §1031 exchange proceeds.
Yes, A self-directed IRA allows investors to have greater control over their investment options, including the ability to invest in alternative assets such as real estate.
Investing in a real estate fund may have tax implications. Real estate funds are typically structured as pass-through entities, meaning income generated is reported on investors' personal income tax returns. Depending on the type of income, investors may be subject to ordinary income tax rates or lower capital gains tax rates. Selling shares for a profit may result in capital gains taxes, and state and local taxes may also apply. If investing using a tax-advantaged account such as an IRA, investors may be subject to Unrelated Business Income Tax if the fund generates income from debt-financed properties or other activities not related to the account's purpose.
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