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Tenant in Common real estate is basically a real estate investment opportunity whereby two or more investors own a property. As a tenant in common investor, you receive a monthly income as well as annual tax benefits, and appreciation of the property. The ownership of TIC property is divided according to your interest in the property.
Sharing the ownership of a property through a tenant in common, or TIC, agreement has many benefits. If you want to invest in commercial or institutional grade real estate, this option may be what you need to get into properties costing anywhere from five million dollars to well over $500 million. Common TIC investments include shopping malls, office complexes, apartment buildings, and warehouses and government buildings.
If you're tired of managing a rental home or commercial property on your own, a TIC investment may be an exceptional alternative. The day-to-day responsibilities for TIC properties are taken care of by a professional management company hired by the owners. This helps to resolve the headaches of last minute emergencies, repairs, and handling of daily business affairs. TIC investments can be a great source of retirement income due to the delegation of management responsibilities.
At TM 1031 Exchange we have access to the latest TIC investment properties. In the past we've worked with high-profile clients like American Express Financial, McDonalds, McGraw Hill, Apple Computer, Domino's Pizza, Farmer's Insurance Group, and Chevron just to name a few. We start with the basics, and we help you assess your financial risk, desired property type, and long-term goals in order to find the best TIC property for you. Give us a call at 1-877-4TM-1031 to start building your portfolio today.