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What is a Tenancy in Common (TIC) Investment?

Tenancy in common investments (“TIC” or “TIC Investments”) have become a booming industry in the United States in recent years. A tenancy in common investment (better known as a TIC) is an investment by the taxpayer in real estate which is co-owned with other investors.

How to Calculate Capital Gains Tax on the Sale of Investment Property

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When you sell investment property, all of your profits are subject to either capital gains tax or depreciation recapture tax, which is a special type of capital gains tax. Your tax gets calculated on the difference between your cost basis and your selling price.

Webcast Replay – Using a 1031 Exchange to Maximize Returns

1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges offer real estate investors a unique channel to maximize long-term returns. By leveraging an exchange, investors can often increase their real estate yield, reduce hands-on management, mitigate federal and state taxes and capitalize on emerging investment trends.

1031 Exchanges: 10 Things to Know

1031 Exchanges: 10 Things to Know

So, what is 1031? Broadly stated, a 1031 exchange (also called a like-kind exchange or a Starker) is a swap of one investment property for another. Special rules apply when depreciable property is exchanged in a 1031. Such complications are why you need professional help when you’re doing a 1031. Here are 10 things you should know.