Yes, tenants in common (TIC) investments can be leveraged with financing. In fact, many TIC investors use financing to acquire their interests in the property.
TIC investments typically involve multiple investors who each own a percentage of a property. Each investor has the right to use and occupy the property and is responsible for a proportionate share of the property’s expenses and income.
To finance a TIC investment, an investor can obtain a mortgage or other form of financing based on their percentage ownership of the property. For example, if an investor owns 25% of a property valued at $1 million, they could potentially obtain a mortgage for $250,000.
It’s important to note that obtaining financing for a TIC investment can be more complicated than for a traditional real estate investment. Lenders may have specific requirements for TIC investments, such as a minimum number of investors or a specific ownership structure. Additionally, each investor’s share of the property may be subject to different financing terms and interest rates, depending on their individual financial circumstances.
Before investing in a TIC property, it’s important to thoroughly research the property and the investment structure, as well as consult with a financial advisor or real estate professional to determine if it is the right investment for you.