Real estate investment groups are somewhat like small mutual funds for rental properties. If you want to own a rental property, but don’t have all the funds needed or don’t want to risk all your funds, participating in a real estate investment group may be the solution for you.
One type of investment group growing in popularity is called “Tenancy in Common” or “TIC” ownership. The term Tenancy in Common is an arrangement under which two or more people co-own a parcel of real estate without a “right of survivorship”. This type of co-ownership allows each owner to choose who will inherit his/her ownership interest upon death. As the price of real estate continues to rise OR when the size and investment requirements of the property become too large for a single person, more and more investors are pooling their resources in the form of TICs to maximize their buying power.
Another form of investment group is the formation of a small Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the State of Florida. An LLC can be made up of individuals and/or corporate entities who combine funds to purchase real estate investment properties. Rohan Realty Associates can help facilitate appropriate accounting and financial management services with affiliated parties with a track record of investment management. Our realty services are always available for the purchase, management and sale of the property or properties.
Rohan Realty associates works with a wide-variety of individual, corporate and institutional investors who focus their investment resources in real estate equity positions. We are actively seeking qualified investors as potential members of small Limited Liability Company and/or Tenancy in Common groups for multi-unit residential properties.
Please note: Rohan Realty Associates does not provide legal or accounting advice and recommends that any investor seek appropriate counsel pertaining to their own real estate investment interests and activities. Any arrangements involving investment groups will be officially orchestrated by licensed and practicing legal professionals mutually agreed upon by investment group members.
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