The holding period for TIC (Tenants in Common) investments can vary widely depending on the specific investment and the goals of the investors involved. TIC investments typically involve multiple investors owning a fractional interest in a real estate property, which can be commercial or residential.
Some TIC investments may be structured as short-term opportunities, such as a property renovation project with a target exit date within a few years. Other TIC investments may be intended as long-term income-generating assets, such as a commercial building with stable tenants and long-term leases.
In general, TIC investments tend to be longer-term investments, with many investors holding their fractional interests for several years or more. However, there is no typical or predetermined holding period for TIC investments, and the length of time that an investor holds their interest can depend on a variety of factors, such as market conditions, changes in personal circumstances, and investment objectives.