What is an Opportunity Zone?

Incredible tax incentives for investors

Opportunities Zones were established by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, aiming to spur long-term private sector investments in low-income communities nationwide.

Investors in Opportunity Zones can take advantage of federal tax incentives when investing unrecognized capital gains.

Investor Benefits

Three unique incentives

Depending on the holding period, investors in Opportunity Zones can realize three incredible tax benefits.

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Investors can get a temporary deferral of tax on capital gains reinvested into QOFs. The reinvestment must be made within 180 days of the sale creating the gain, or in certain situations, within 180 days of the end of the tax year.


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The reduction benefit provides investors a step-up in basis, the amount of which is contingent on the length of time they maintain the investment in the qualifying fund. The reduction benefit allows investors to potentially exclude up to 15 percent of the original gain from taxation.


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If the investment in the qualifying fund is held for at least 10 years, any appreciation on the investment can be permanently excluded from taxation at the election of the taxpayer.

Our advantage

Relentlessly focused on ROI

Our Opportunity Zone Portfolio is unique, seeking real value through development outside of major urban areas. We believe that areas within populations between 250,000–500,000 have tremendous potential, and our development experience allows us to capitalize quickly on these opportunities so investors can realizing a quicker return on investment.

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