Thursday, August 05, 2004

Investors find shelter in real estate exchanges

Tenant-in-common deals provide attractive options

The latest wrinkle in the tax-deferred exchange arena called TICs, or tenant-in-common investments. This strategy allows investors who sell an investment property to buy ownership interests in another property (or properties) instead of buying an entire "like-kind" property to qualify for an exchange and defer capital gains taxes on the sale.

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