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TIC investments

Posted by coolvt (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 5, 07 at 15:54

Has anyone on the site ever been involved with TIC investments? Would like to chat with you.

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RE: TIC investments

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I never heard of TIC investments, but now see it means Tenant in Common.

RE: TIC investments

Thanks. That's exactly what it means. I was just hoping to find someone on here who is into them.

RE: TIC investments

Can you be a little more specific as to what you're looking for... pitfalls of TIC? Discovering at a death you're now a TIC with a stranger? Living in a property and paying rent to the other tenant? One of the tenants forcing a sale of the property (forcing a legal "partition")?

I don't have any experience with one, but am always curious as to why something like this might be a good idea.

RE: TIC investments

Sorry, this is not the typical legal description of owning property with a spouse or friend or relative. TIC (Tenant In Common) is an investment vehicle...a long story but esentially for people who own investment property and want to do 1031 exchanges. I am into them and would like to meet others who are. They are new in the last 4 yrs. so most investors, accountants and lawyers have never dealt with them.
If there was a TIC investor on this site, they would know exactly what they are.

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