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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS  



WHAT IS A TENANT-IN-COMMON?

Tenants-in-Common (TIC properties) programs, also known as fractional-ownership or co-ownership, provide the ability for investors to buy partial interests in a property as an alternative to having to buy the entire property.

Tenants-in-Common can provide a professionally managed, institutionally funded “turn-key” real estate solution. The risk is the same as any other real estate investment and needs to be completely understood before investing.

For investors not wanting to have other investors involved in the properties they own but are seeking steady cash flow and no management sole ownership net lease properties should be considered.