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Excludes upfront 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. The iShare Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate Index Fund (IYR) is a fund that seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the real estate sector of the U.S. equity market, as represented by the Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate Index. The index measures the performance of the real estate industry of the equity market, including real estate holding and developing and real estate investments trusts (REITs) subsectors. The index is capitalization weighted and component companies are adjusted for available float and must meet objective criteria for inclusion in the index. Transaction costs may apply. Price and distributions are derived based on data provided by iShares. The 10-Year Treasury represents a marketable, fixed-interest U.S. government debt security with a maturity of more than 10 years. The 10-Year Treasury is used as a benchmark for the long-term bond market. The S&P 500 Index is an unmanaged index of the 500 largest stocks (in terms of market value), weighted by market capitalization and considered representative of the broad stock market. Past performance does not guarantee future results. The purpose of this presentation of returns comparing the IYR, 10-Year Treasury and S&P 500 and DPF is only to highlight the difference in volatility primarily due to market exposure between the IYR (which we believe is a good representation of the listed REIT market), the 10-Year Treasury, the S&P 500 and DPF which is a daily priced unlisted REIT. The listed REITs in which the IYR invests may differ in size, corporate balance sheet structure and overall real estate exposure as compared to DPF and, as such, this comparison may not be an exact representation of market exposure alone. In addition, while the volatility of the IYR and DPF may differ greatly over the time period shown, DPF should be viewed as a long-term investment and, as such, any short-term volatility differences between the IYR and DPF should not be the sole reason to make an investment decision. There are other features of the REITs in which the IYR invests that may differ from DPF, such as investment objectives, costs and expenses to purchase and liquidity. DPF shares are not listed on an exchange and redemption by DPF is likely the only way for investors to dispose of shares. DPF's ability to fulfill redemption requests on a daily basis is subject to a number of limitations. The Board of Directors has the ability to amend, suspend or terminate the share redemption program at any time. As a result, shares have only limited liquidity and may become illiquid. The Class A, Class I and Class W share redemption program is different than the Class E share redemption program. 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 shares of such classes with a value of up to 5% of the aggregate NAV of the outstanding shares of such classes as of the last day of the previous quarter. For each quarter of 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009 DPF received Share Class E redemption requests that exceeded its corresponding Redemption Caps. Based on the application of such Redemption Caps, DPF redeemed, on a pro rata basis, a percentage of the shares requested to be redeemed for each quarter. The percentage redeemed, including redemptions for death and disability, for each quarter ranged from approximately 6.4% to 30.7% of the shares that were requested to be redeemed. Past performance is not an indication of future gains and while DPF believes the volatility shown is representative of market volatility, this in no way means that DPF will not experience similar volatility in its NAV in the future. Total returns presented assume reinvestment of distributions. Performance data quoted above is historical. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted. The performance data does not reflect the deduction of taxes that a shareholder may 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 general and administrative (G&A) expenses. Examples of G&A expenses include legal, accounting, transfer agent, insurance, printing and mailing. 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 in our SEC Filings. The NAV is based on estimated values. Please see NAV Methodology for more detailed information.