TIC Investments

TIC Investments
The simple, no-hassle way to invest in real estate.
Minimum Investment Varies, Typically $100,000+ though we are aware of some crowdfunding-type services that start around $5,000.

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What is a TIC Investment?
A TIC Investment is a ‘Tenants In Common Investment’. Tenants in Common is defined as ‘an undivided interest in property held by two or more persons that passes to the heirs if one of the parties dies.’

Simply put, it’s a simple and effective way to invest in real estate without having to be solely responsible for the property. Two or more individuals, companies, or groups pool their capital for the sole purpose of buying a piece of real estate. Because each entity owns an indivisible specific percentage of the investment, they share in the profits created by the investment based on their specified percentage. In addition to holding this indivisible interest, each entity can sell their share or even will their share to anyone they like.


  • Each Co-Owner has the Same Rights as an Individual Owner
  • Fee Simple Deed at Closing
  • Title Insurance Coverage
  • Pro-Rata Share of All Net Monthly Income, Tax Benefits, and Appreciation
  • Deferred Capital Gains Taxes
  • Purchases can be Made to Fit Exact-Dollar-Amount 1031 Exchange Requirements
  • Third-Party Property and Asset Management with Reporting Responsibilities to Each Co-Owner
  • Monthly Distribution Checks (typically) and an Annual Property Operating Statement
  • Economically Feasible to Acquire a Co-Ownership Interest in Multiple Properties, Decreasing Risk Through Diversification.

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Why TIC Investments?
Fractional-Deed co-ownership is ideal for knowledgeable real estate buyers tired of personally managing property day-to-day, but still seeking the benefits of real estate ownership.

Sole-owned real estate and co-ownership properties offer the same tax benefits, wealth preservation, cash flow, and long-term appreciation potential. Co-ownership properties, however, eliminate the headaches of day-to-day management: all management duties are overseen by independent, third-party national firms.

A group of prospective purchasers is identified and organized under a co-ownership structure, and as co-owners are able to purchase a more substantial property than they would as individuals. Each co-owner receives a fractional fee title ownership deed and title report at closing.
The co-owners exit the co-ownership agreement when they unanimously elect to sell the property. Co-owners may also sell their individual interest at any time, either to another co-owner or to a buyer outside of their co-ownership agreement. At this point, the co-owner may either pay taxes on the profit or execute a 1031 Exchange and defer capital gains tax.

Co-ownership agreements include other aspects of the IRS guidelines and enable all participants to benefit from a structured operational agreement.

For Example:

  • Class A Office Building with an asking price of $10,000,000 that generates $1,000,000 per year in net operating income.
  • Each investor purchases a ‘share’ of the building. Let’s say we want to have a total of 100 shares and each share will then be worth $100,000.
  • This means that each investor will have to buy into the investment with at least $100,000 each.
  • For each $100,000 invested, the investor receives a 1% Joint Tenant Interest in the property.
  • If the property generates $1,000,000 per year in net operating income, then each investor would receive a return of 1% of that amount or $10,000 per year.
  • Of course, that $10,000 translates into a 10% return on their $100,000 investment.

In this particular example, each investor owns an indivisible 1% interest in a Class A Office Building. Obviously, it is unlikely that any of these $100,000 investors could have purchased any Class A property with only their own $100,000. Each investor enjoys the security of owning a solid, income-producing property with minimal capital outlay and no management head-aches. Each investor would be hard pressed to find a piece of investment real estate that they could purchase on their own with this type of security, return, or lack of managerial involvement.

Class A Property Benefits:

  • Wide variety of Class-A replacement properties.
  • Maximum flexibility in transaction size and property type diversification.
  • High-quality properties with more reliable monthly cash flow.
  • 1031 Exchange Buyers preserve 100% of their equity by deferring taxes.
  • Increased depreciation potential.
  • Third-party due diligence reports.
  • The opportunity to consolidate several smaller properties into one larger property.
  • The opportunity to acquire an interest in a substantially larger property and to use 60%-70% leverage to enhance future overall returns.
  • The opportunity to buy an interest in a larger, better-located, higher-quality, or anchored property than a smaller purchase could provide on its own.

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Branon Edwards at 786-417-4910 for More Information