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TIC property

A TIC property, or fractional-ownership program, allows you to become a partial owner of an investment. Tenant-in-Common is a synthetic triple net lease in the sense that the investor receives a monthly check while others do the property management.

One of the main reasons for investing in Tenant-in-Common real estate is the opportunity to buy commercial or institutional grade real estate. If you can't afford to buy an entire property outright, you can still reap the benefits of stable credit tenants, long-term leases and strong demographics that can provide both income and property appreciation with a Tenant-in-Common investment. In addition, you will enjoy the tax benefits of such property ownership.

TIC properties also give investors the opportunity to shift or diversify amongst asset classes without making a drastic change in their financial investment commitment. You can become an investor in an institutional grade property that possesses potential for high income and strong long-term performance. However, you can base your level of investment on your own financial situation.

TICs shouldn't be seen as a non-risk investment, though. As with any property, performance isn't guaranteed. There are also several questions you have to ask before committing to a TIC. You need to be aware of any stipulations that are put on the sale of your portion of the property. For instance, are there any time or value constraints that will affect your sale?

TIC properties are generally a hot commodity, so they do not often last on the market. At TM 1031 Exchange, we can inform investors as soon as new TICs are available. We can also help you utilize a TIC property to fulfill 1031 requirements, which can enable you to defer capital gains taxes. Call 1-877-4-TM1031 or email info@tm1031exchange.com to ask us your questions.

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