Rex Investigates Tenant in Common, TIC, 1031 Exchange Real Estate Investment Losses

Rex Investigates Tenant in Common, TIC, 1031 Exchange Real Estate Investment Losses 150 150 Rex Securities Law

Have you or your loved ones suffered losses as a result of purchasing Tenant in Common Real Estate Investments? We are investigating schemes involving the sale of private investments in real estate (office buildings, shopping centers, etc) in investments knows as TIC’s, 1031 exchanges or Tenant in Common real estate investment schemes.

Brokerage firms nationwide sold these investments to unsuspecting
investors, many who are retirees on fixed income who can ill afford to lose capital. Oftentimes the selling firm did little or no due
dilligence to determine the safety of the investment or the suitablity
of the investment for the particular investor involved.

The brokers generally highlighted selling points like the guaranteed
annual income distributions (often 7% or more), but failed to discuss
the risks associated with this type of investment. Since TIC investments are private investments, not traded on any securities market, they can not be readily sold, making them virtually illiquid. This can be  critical for those needing liquidity for living and health expenses.

In February 2012 LPL Financial was hit with a $1.4 million arbitration award for an elderly couple who was sold tenant in common real estate investments. DBSI Inc., one of the largest sellers of TICs declared bankruptcy in 2008, however the broker dealers that sold those deals remain liable for selling these products.

Brokerage firms that sold TIC investments include the following:

Alternative Wealth Strategies
American Wealth Management
Berthel Fisher & Co

Cambridge Investment Research
CapWest Securities Inc.
DBSI Securities
DeWaay Financial Network, Inc.
Equity Services Inc.
F.A. Repple & Co.

Grubb & Ellis
INVEST Financial Corp.
Investment Security Corporation
Investors Capital
J.P. Turner Co. LLC
LaSalle St. Securities

KMS Financial Services, Inc.
LPL Financial
MCL Financial Group Inc.
Meridian Capital Partners
Next Financial Group
NPV/Direct Invest
Omni Brokerage Inc.
Orchid Securities
Pacific West Securities

QA3 Financial Corp.
Quest Securities
Questar Capital Corp.
Regent Financial Group
Sanders Morris Harris
Sagepoint Financial

Securities Network LLC
Sigma Financial
U. S. Advisors LLC
U. S. Commercial
WFP Securities
Workman Securities

Rex Securities Law , located in Boca Raton, FL, provides representation to  investors  nationwide who are seeking recovery of investment losses due to the negligence or fraud of stockbrokers and broker dealers. If you have questions about how your account has been handled, call to speak with an experienced securities attorney. Most cases handled on a contingent fee basis meaning that you do not pay legal fees unless we are successful.

Rex Securities Law

561 391 1900


This site is protected by wp-copyrightpro.com

%d bloggers like this: