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Income Property

Income property can generally be defined as real estate purchased, developed, or improved with the intention of producing income. Such property can be purchased by individual investors as well as corporations and partnerships. Often, income property is also referred to as non-owner occupied or rental property. Multi family, retail, industrial, office and other types of commercial properties are considered income properties.

Buying income property differs from buying a residence in which to live. You expect it to provide a return on your investment. Income property produces a return in two different rays. Rent is the first way income is produced. Income can also be generated when and any gain in value when decide to sell your property. There are also many tax advantages in owning income producing property.

There are many things to consider when it comes to estimating the value of income property. Basically, the value of the property you are considering depends on the amount you can expect in terms of future rents, as well as the amount you could expect if you decided to sell the property at some future point in time. In figuring out the value of the income property you are considering, you'll need to take into account many variables, including the property's history, quality of tenants and current leases, local market conditions, any special markets, and more.

At TM 1031 Exchange, we offer investors an efficient and rapid way to find properties and meet their goals. We match investors with tenant-in-common, 1031 exchange, retail, net lease, and a full range of other income properties. If you're ready to learn more about our services, call toll-free at 1-877-4TM-1031 or contact us via e-mail at

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