Tenant-in-Common real estate investments offer investors the opportunity to share in the ownership of large properties such as shopping malls, office buildings, and housing developments, as well as multi-million dollar industrial complexes. This investment structure is designed to allow you to invest in institutional quality real estate without having to buy the entire property. Differing goals can be accomplished by using this method such as a steady stream of income or aggressive appreciation depending on the product.
According to IRS guidelines, no more than 35 investors may take part in a TIC property. TIC investors have a fractional deeded interest in a larger property which is professionally managed. Monthly payments are made to each investor according to his initial equity along with regular reports as to the performance of the property.
When you invest in a TIC property, you reap the benefits of ownership. Rather than buying the right to use a property, as you would in a time-share agreement, you're buying a portion of the deed. As a property owner, you're entitled to income, appreciation and tax benefits. You can also sell your share, or pass the property on in a will.
Tenant-in-Common properties are often sold out in a matter of days, if not hours. This highly desirable and low-maintenance investment opportunity is attractive to a variety of different investors. If you want to gain the competitive edge, or find a property fast, you need to work with a company that has the right connections.
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