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Did You Get Your 1031 Exchange Property List?

When doing a 1031 exchange, it’s crucial to have a 1031 exchange property list. Why? Well, it’s obvious. A 1031 exchange property list helps an investor identify and choose replacement properties without wandering around. Isn’t it a big help when considering a 1031 exchange? After all, most of the unsuccessful 1031 exchanges are a result …

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Close Your 1031 Exchange Using A TIC Investment

Tenancy-in-common or TIC is a shared ownership investment strategy under which two or more investors co-own one property. A TIC investment lets small or medium-sized investors co-own large investment-grade properties along with other investors. A TIC can have as many as 35 investors. Don’t mistake a TIC investment with joint tenancy. They differ in many …

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Not Getting A Replacement Property? A TIC or DST Investment Can Help!

A 1031 exchange process requires you to identify a replacement property within 45 days after the sale of your investment property. You must locate a like-kind property and send written identification of the property to the IRS within 45 days. If you have a 1031 properties list in hand, things can get simple and easy …

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Why Investors Prefer To Defer Taxes Using 1031 DST Properties?

Lately, the investors are actively looking to invest in 1031 Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) Properties. If we go by the facts, the Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments have increased to a great extent in the past 1.5 years. Why wouldn’t they? When the investors choose to go with Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investments, not only …

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Get Better Returns With A DST Investment

Think of DSTs as TIC investments. What do you know about TICs? A TIC or Tenancy-In-Common arrangement lets multiple investors own, operate, and share investment properties. Most commercial complexes are owned under TIC ownership. Under a TIC arrangement, investors have an ‘undivided fractional interest’ in the property, which empowers them to dispose of the property …

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TIC And DST Investments Provide Shared Ownership Opportunities

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 generally proportionate to the size of each tenant’s contribution. The ownership in the case of …

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Two Highly-Rewarding, Less Management Intensive Investment Options

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 tear, etc., the operating costs can take away a significant portion of your income. To …

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TIC Investment And Property Identification In 1031 Exchanges

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. A TIC structure usually has up to 35 investors. Investors often mistake a TIC investment …

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