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1031 TIC Exchange

TIC (Tenants in common) properties offer a unique opportunity for investors who are interested in becoming the owner of an investment that has high-performance potential or is investment-grade quality, but who can't afford to purchase a property outright. When entering into a TIC program, you take on partial ownership of a property. In many cases, you can tailor the purchase to fit your investment criteria and complement your financial situation.

When used in a 1031 exchange, TIC properties can allow you to defer capital gains taxes on the initial sale of an investment property. If you take the money you make from the sale of a property and reinvest it into a TIC, you can avoid paying taxes at the time of the sale, providing you with more money to invest in the new property. The exchange must take place within 180 days, and you have to find candidate properties and identify them to the IRS within the first 45 days following the close of the sale on your initial property.

One of the setbacks with TIC properties, and 1031 opportunities as a whole, is that many of the available investments aren't easily found or known to the public. At TM 1031 Exchange, we provide brokers and investors with access to a wide range of properties that simply can't be found elsewhere. We work directly with owners and developers to ensure that their new properties are made available to serious investors.

Our services are free to the investor. We are only paid if an exchange takes place, and our referral fees are taken from the brokerage commission. We can help facilitate TIC 1031 exchanges for companies and independents on both sides of the deal. Call 1-877-4-TM1031 or write us at to get started.

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