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Performance1 (as of 06/30/17)
Since Share Class Inception
Share Class Inception Date
Cummulative 12/31/16 - 06/30/17
(Trailing 12-Month) 06/30/16 - 06/30/17
Annualized 06/30/14 - 06/30/17
Share Class A (load)2
Share Class A (no load)3
Share Class W
Share Class I
Quarterly Performance1
Share Class A (load)
Share Class A (no load)2
Share Class W
Share Class I
1Total return represents the compound annual rate of return assuming reinvestment of all dividend distributions. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Performance data quoted above is historical. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted. Performance does not include transactions fees, including sales commission, that may be applicable to investors. The performance data does not reflect the deduction of taxes that a shareholder would pay on fund distributions or the sale of fund shares, as applicable. If transaction fees, including sales commission and taxes, had been deducted, the performance shown would be lower. The performance noted is net of all other expenses such as asset management fees and all general and administrative (G&A) expenses. Examples of G&A expenses include legal, accounting, transfer agent, insurance, printing and mailing. The NAV is based on estimated values. DPF’s board of directors, including a majority of its independent directors, has adopted valuation procedures, as amended from time to time, that contain a comprehensive set of methodologies to be used in connection with the calculation of DPF’s NAV. One fundamental element of the valuation process, the valuation of DPF’s real property portfolio, is managed by Altus Group U.S., Inc., an independent valuation firm (“the Independent Valuation Firm”). The real property portfolio valuation, which is the largest component of DPF’s NAV calculation, is provided to DPF by the Independent Valuation Firm on each business day. The foundation for this valuation is periodic appraisals. DPF seeks to have approximately 1/12th of the portfolio appraised each month, although it may have more or less appraised in a month. In no event will a calendar year pass without having each and every property valued by appraisal unless such asset is bought or sold in such calendar year. However, on each business day, the Independent Valuation Firm adjusts a real property’s valuation, as necessary, based on known events that have a material impact on the most recent value (adjustments for non-material events may also be made). Total returns are only meaningful when considered in conjunction with DPF’s full financial statements and the notes thereto included in DPF’s Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31, 2017, which reported GAAP net income per diluted share of $0.01 for the three months ended March 31, 2017. These documents can be found on DPF’s website at

2The maximum sales charge is 3% for Class A shares. Investors may be eligible for a reduction in sales charges.

3Excludes up front sales load. The A-share is offered with an up to 3% sales load to investors through registered broker-dealers, which will affect the above returns and future returns depending on the investor’s hold period.

Investing in Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund (DPF) stock involves additional and substantial risks specific to Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund, including, among others, that: 

i. There is no public trading market for shares of DPF’s common stock, and DPF does not expect that there will ever be a public trading market for its shares, so redemption of shares by them will likely be the only way to dispose of your shares.

ii. DPF’s Class A, Class W and Class I share redemption program generally imposes a quarterly cap on aggregate net redemptions of its Class A, Class W and Class I share classes equal to the amount of such share classes with a value of up to 5% of the aggregate net asset value (NAV) of the outstanding shares of such classes as of the last day of the previous quarter. DPF may also amend, suspend or terminate its share redemption program at any time. As a result, DPF’s shares have only limited liquidity and may become illiquid.

iii. A portion of the proceeds received in the public offering of Class A, Class W and Class I shares is intended to be used to redeem Class E shares, which will reduce the net proceeds available to retire debt or acquire additional properties, which may reduce its liquidity and profitability.

iv. The purchase and redemption price for shares of DPF’s common stock will be based on the NAV of each class of common stock and will not be based on any public trading market. DPF’s NAV will not represent DPF’s enterprise value and may not accurately reflect the actual prices at which DPF’s assets could be liquidated on any given day, the value a third party would pay for all or substantially all of DPF’s shares, or the price that DPF’s shares would trade at on a national stock exchange. The board of directors may amend DPF’s NAV procedures from time to time.

v. Some of DPF’s executive officers and directors and other key personnel are also officers, directors, managers, key personnel and/or holders of an ownership interest in its advisor, its dealer manager, its property manager and/or other entities related to its advisor. As a result, they face conflicts of interest, including but not limited to conflicts arising from time constraints, allocation of investment opportunities and the fact that the fees its advisor will receive for services rendered to DPF will be based on DPF’s NAV, the procedures for which its advisor will assist its board of directors in developing, overseeing, implementing and coordinating.

vi. If DPF fails to maintain its status as a REIT, it would adversely affect its results of operations and its ability to make distributions to its stockholders.

vii. The amount of distributions DPF may make is uncertain, are not guaranteed and may be modified at the program’s discretion. DPF may pay distributions from sources other than cash flow from operations including, without limitation, the sale of assets, borrowings or offering proceeds (including the return of principal amounts invested). The use of these sources for distributions would decrease the amount of cash DPF has available for new investments, repayment of debt, share redemptions and other corporate purposes, and could potentially reduce your overall return and dilute the value of your investment in shares of DPF common stock. Because borrowed funds were used to pay distributions, the distribution rate may not be sustainable. Prior to 2012, DPF’s distributions have historically exceeded its cash flow from operations. However, for each year from 2012 through 2015 and for the quarters ended June 30, 2016, September 30, 2016, December 31, 2016 and March 31, 2017, distributions were funded solely from cash flow from operations. The distributions for the three months ended March 31, 2016 were funded 95.3% from cash flow from operations and 4.7% from other sources.

viii. DPF’s use of leverage increases the risk of loss on its investments.

ix. The payment of fees by DPF to its advisor, its property manager and its dealer manager will reduce the cash available for distribution and will increase the likelihood that investors are unable to recover the amount of their investment in DPF.

x. In connection with DPF’s offering, it incurs fees and expenses. In particular, DPF expects to incur a dealer manager and distribution fee which are expected to reduce the amount of distributions received by certain investors and as a result will lower the overall return to such investors. Also, DPF has and expects to continue to incur organizational and offering related expenses which reduce the overall cash flow of DPF and negatively impact its NAV and could negatively impact your overall return.

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Investing in shares of our common stock involves a high degree of risk. Please review the summary risk factors and see the prospectus for a complete list of the risks associated with this offering.

The information within this website concerning Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund is solely for informational purposes and constitutes neither an offer to sell nor the solicitation of an offer to buy securities by any person in any jurisdiction. The information presented herein is not, and is not intended to be, a complete discussion of all material information you should know about Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund or any other product.

If you are considering purchasing Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund or any security, you should thoroughly read the relevant prospectus prior to making a purchase, and carefully consider the investment objectives and policies, risk considerations, charges and ongoing expenses of any security before investing or sending money.

Any underwriter or dealer participating in the offering can arrange to send you the prospectus upon request. You can also obtain a prospectus by accessing the prospectus section of this website, by calling toll-free 866.DCG.REIT (324.7348), or by visiting EDGAR on the SEC website at and searching for company filings under the name of the applicable depositor.

Shares will be offered to the public through Dividend Capital Securities LLC., which will act as the managing dealer, and through other members of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or with the assistance of registered investment advisors. Securities are not FDIC-insured, nor bank guaranteed, and may lose value.
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