Commercial Real Estate Ownership and Monthly Cash Flow with No Management Responsibilities?

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These properties have opened up the world of 'institutional', high quality property ownership to many. Tenant in Common (TIC) properties are class A commercial properties (office towers, retail centers, apartment complexes) that are pre-packaged (with tenants, managers, financing, etc. in place). An investor can own part of the property and gain a monthly cash flow and tax benefits. A new book, 'Effortless Cash Flow: the ABC's of TICs (Tenant in Common Properties) 'discusses all aspects of these investments.

Many investors today like the benefits of real estate ownership, including the monthly cash flow and the tax benefits, but they don't have time - or don't wish to - manage the properties and tenants. They may be retirees who have handled real estate investments for years or they may be young professionals with a busy job and families. What could be one solution? A Tenant in Common (TIC) property.

TICs are not for everyone, and there are some downsides to the investments. But for the right investors, they can be a perfect solution. The newly published book "Effortless Cash Flow: the ABC's of TICs (Tenant in Common Properties) discusses these investments and was written to educate investors about this choice. "Knowing and understanding any investment before placing hard-earned money into it is essential, and for such a complicated kind of investment like a TIC, that goes double," says author Kathy Heshelow.

Many investors today conduct what is called a '1031 tax-deferred exchange' when they sell investment real estate. Those who intend to re-invest their sale proceeds into another real estate investment can defer the capital gains by reinvesting using the 1031 exchange (referring to a section of the IRS Revenue Code). The rules and time frames to handle this 1031 exchange are difficult, but because TIC investments are pre-packaged and 'ready to go', they have become an interesting choice by many investors. And because these investments are Class A, high level properties, many investors actually trade up to a better quality of real estate.

Effortless Cash Flow: the ABC's of TICs goes into all aspects of the TIC industry and gives the reader a knowledge and understanding of the investments.

For more information, kindly contact the author Kathy Heshelow.


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