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Triple Net Investments

Many real estate investors make the decision to switch from privately owned investments, like rental properties, to partial ownership of a larger property. Thanks to the IRS, investors can take the money they earn from the sale of one property and reinvest it into another property with a significant tax break. Replacing properties through the 1031 exchange is a great way to reduce the headache of managing a property, improve monthly income, and generate an overall better return on your investment.

At TM 1031 Exchange we specialize in finding investors replacement properties fast. Some of the most common replacement options include Tenant-in-Common arrangements and triple net lease agreements. A Tenant-in-Common arrangement involves up to 35 different investors, who share in the ownership of the property, and pay for a professional management company to take care of the day-to-day responsibilities.

As an investor in a triple net lease, you are a partial owner or owner of a real estate, including land and a building. The owner leases the real estate to a tenant for an extended period of time, usually somewhere between 15 and 25 years. In exchange for a long-term rental agreement, the lessee agrees to pay rent and operating expenses, including taxes, maintenance, and insurance.

Major restaurant chains like Burger King and Taco Bell operate under triple net lease agreements. Retailers like Toys R Us and Home Depot, as well as specialty service centers like Jiffy Lube and Pep Boys, also sign on for long-term triple net lease agreements. These nationally known companies make great tenants because they have a vested interest in keeping up the appearance of the property. At TM 1031 Exchange, we have exclusive relationships with brokers, developers, and investors, and we list the top triple net lease opportunities in your area and around the country. Call us at 1-877-4TM-1031 to find your own hassle-free triple net lease property today.

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