TICs stumble with problems in CRE market

03/30/2009 | Barron's (subscription required)

Tenant-in-common, a form of ownership that gained popularity in recent years, has been hard hit by the downturn in commercial real estate. The vehicles became popular by investors who set up 1031 exchanges, which allowed capital gains taxes to be deferred on property sales.

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