OMNI Brokerage estimates that the securitized Tenant in Common marketplace will grow to over $4.27 billion in equity in 2005.
(PRWEB) May 24, 2005 -- On May 2, 2005, Louis Rogers, President of Triple Net
Properties, LLC announced today the acquisition of Naples Laurel Oak and Naples
Tamiami Trail on behalf of tenant common investors.
Naples Laurel Oak at 800 Laurel Oak Drive, is a four-story, Class A office property that is comprised of 41,480 rentable square feet in Naples, Florida. Additionally, the property contains a 1,450-square-foot, five lane, bank drive-through that is adjacent to the main building. Naples Laurel Oak is 85% leased and provides tenants with numerous amenities, including lushly landscaped common areas, panoramic views and gulf views from the upper floors. Major tenants include Morgan Stanley, Marshall & Isley Corporation, Betty Mclean Travel, Inc. and Equity Investments & Development, Inc.
Naples Tamiami Trail at 4501 Tamiami Trail North, is a 77,765-square-foot, four-story, Class A office property located in Naples, Florida. The property is currently 100% leased and tenants and visitors alike are greeted by a first-class marble entryway with a modern architectural design. Naples Tamiami Trail is home to 12 tenants, including Bank of America, Newsbank, Stock Development and Provident Development Group. The property is strategically located in the heart of Naples and the area is home to many of Naples’ more prominent businesses.
This acquisition demonstrates the growth of the 1031 Tenant-in-Common (TIC) Industry and its appeal for investors seeking the benefits of 1031 exchange, and the Q1 2005 Edition of OMNI NEWS offers a glimpse of where this market is heading.
Specifically, the securitized TIC marketplace has grown from placing close to $167 million TIC equity in 2001 to placing $1.73 billion in 2004, and it is estimated that over $4.27 billion TIC dollars will be placed this year. This is why seasoned investors, “baby boomers” seeking to build extra retirement income, and others are turning to TICs to meet their 1031 exchange requirements. Further details on the industry are available at www.1031street.com.
TIC properties may be any of the major property types (including office, retail, apartment or industrial) and may be located all across the nation. As a TIC owner, each investor owns an undivided, fractional interest in an entire property and shares proportionately in the net income, depreciation, interest deductions, and gains or losses.
Each TIC owner receives a separate property deed and title insurance for their portion in the property investment. This provides the same rights of ownership that a single owner would enjoy. Additionally, because TIC offerings are often “packaged” with management and financing in place, TIC may simplify the 1031 process for the passive real estate investor.
Investors should also take note that TIC investments do have their drawbacks such as additional fees (mostly legal and marketing fees) and less liquidity compared with wholly owned investments in real estate.
However, TIC investments provide simplicity by eliminating active management headaches. Individuals who are ready to relinquish the day-to-day burdens of being a landlord, or who own land and would like an income producing property, may benefit from TIC investments. TIC programs provide a "mailbox management" investment that may save you time and money.
About the author - Brian W. Topley, CCIM is a real estate investment advisor specializing in 1031 TICs (offered through OMNI Brokerage, Inc. Member NASD/SIPC) and wholly owned real estate investment (offered through Arroyo & Coates). He can be reached at (415) 273-2179 or www.1031street.com.
This information is intended merely to be a general discussion, not deemed to be investment or legal advice. Real estate and TIC investments are not suitable for all investors. Individual investors should consult their tax advisor, CPA, and financial advisors prior to making any investment decisions.
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