Tenants in Common or TIC, real estate investments, refer to the legal agreement between people who hold a certain percentage share of real estate property. The percentage reserved by each tenant is mentioned explicitly in the Tenancy-in-Common Agreement and is … Read More
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Management burden or rising operating expenses can upset any investor. When you lease a rental property to a tenant, you are required to pay operating expenses from your monthly income. Depending upon the property size, year of built, wear and … Read More
Under Tenancy-in-common or TIC arrangement, you are allowed to co-own an investment property with one or more investors. A TIC investment is a great tool for small or medium-sized investors looking to purchase large investment properties without investing huge capital. … Read More
Among different questions on 1031 exchanges asked by investors, the most common one is how to do a 1031 exchange on a primary residence? Or is it even possible to do a 1031 exchange on a primary residence? As you … Read More