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RealtyNet Advisors Tenant in Common Properties

RealtyNet AdvisorsealtyNet Advisors is the Premier sponsor of Debt Free, Tenant-In-Common (TIC) Real Estate. As the principal alternative to expensive, debt laden commercial investments, our TIC properties are generally easier to own, carry less risk, and are less expensive than Starbucks tenant in common propertymost Tenant In Common investments.

Whether you’re looking for a 1031 replacement property, or simply want to add commercial grade real estate to your portfolio, a RealtyNet TIC is the right place for your investment.

At RealtyNet, we create real value for our clients. Unlike most TIC sponsors, our income doesn’t come from brokerage commissions or other ‘buyer-side’ charges; so our clients don’t lose value the day they invest.

Our properties are typically single tenant, net leased commercial structures with long term leases backed by national corporations. And because our investments are structured as the sale of traditional real estate, we don’t burden our investors with the complexities of securities regulation.

Most importantly, owners of a RealtyNet property retain an active role in the hiring and firing of management, and can sell their holdings when and Walgreens tenant in common propertyhow they choose.

We give investors the opportunity to earn monthly dividends on commercial grade properties, and our low minimum investment threshold of $50,000 makes it possible for nearly every Tenant In Common and 1031 exchange investor to participate!


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