Structuring Tenants in Common Real Estate for Section 1031 Exchanges: Balancing Tax Law, Securities Law, and Mortgage Lender Requirements

July 14, 2022 | 1:00 PM EDT | USA

Mortgage Lender Requirements
TIC transactions can offer real estate investors deferred taxation on their capital gains via Section 1031. Sponsored TICs additionally provide investors with the opportunity to diversify their investment portfolio and to own an interest in larger real estate assets. However, sponsored TICs not only must comply with Section 1031 but also usually are securities and must comply with federal and state securities laws. Complying with these legal requirements can create challenges in meeting mortgage lender requirements.

Listen as our authoritative panel discusses the financing, securities, and tax issues associated with TIC transactions.
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