TIC Investors


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 … Read More

1031 Exchange On Primary Residence – Is It Possible?

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

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. … Read More

1031 Exchange DST

Understanding DST 1031 Exchanges, Part 3

Understanding DST 1031 Exchanges, Part 3 During the 1990s and early 2000s, 1031 exchange investors who exchanged properties for partial ownership in large, high-valued replacement properties engaged in the Tenant-In-Common (TIC) structure. In contradiction to a DST (Delaware Statutory Trust), … Read More

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