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"Twelve Common Mistakes Tenant in Common Investors Make"
Tenants in common programs (TICs) offer an investor partial ownership of a property. TICs are available in a range of asset classes and price ranges, like most traditional investments. You can find industrial buildings, office parks, retail centers, multifamily residences, hotels, and more being offered as TICs. Plus, TICs can give investors more control over how much equity they actually put into a property.
Many investors see TICs as the perfect opportunity to diversify the types and locations of the properties they own. Instead of pouring all of their resources into a single property, they are able to buy portions of several different properties. TICs can also be used to fulfill the requirements of 1031 exchanges, so they offer a means of deferring capital gains taxes.
While some see TICs as a lower risk than standard real estate investments, it's still crucial that you fully understand the investment package before you enter into an agreement. Exit strategies vary among TICs, so you don't want to get drawn into a long-term investment if you're interested in moving on within a couple of years. Contact us at TM 1031 Exchange to learn more about TICs by calling 1-877-4-TM1031 or by emailing email@example.com.