What Is TIC Ownership?
Tenant In Common (TIC) is a deeded and undivided fractional ownership in a property. TIC owners share their percentage of the rental income, tax sheltering (depreciation deduction), and the potential property appreciation. The owner's ownership interest is proportionate to their share of equity in the property.
TIC ownership makes it possible for the average real estate buyer to invest in an institutional grade property that they would otherwise be unable to attain with their financial resources. Today, with the use of TIC ownership, people are investing into multi-million dollar institutional grade properties along with other TIC investors.
- Provides an Exit Strategy
- Tax Deferment
- Triple net monthly income
- Flexibility and diversification of investments
- Little or no control
- No established secondary market
- Locations often not local