This site contains information on all types of fractional real estate and shared property ownership.
Our articles include information on tenancy in common (also known as tenants in common and TIC), condominium conversion, fractional vacation homes and clubs, equity sharing, homeowner associations, investment LLCs and partnerships, syndication and web-based real estate platforms, and crowdfunding. We provide both basic information for homeowners or home buyers with no real estate background, and more sophisticated information for developers, syndicators, real estate professionals and attorneys.
About Andy Sirkin and SirkinLaw APC
SirkinLaw APC has focused on real estate co-ownership since 1985 and has been involved in the creation of more than 5,000 co-ownership arrangements throughout the United States and the world. This breadth of experience allows us to draw on a huge library of fractional project documentation as well as extensive knowledge of marketing and registration requirements for virtually any location where a project might be located or potentially marketed. We pride ourselves on our ability to write legal documents in plain English, develop simple and elegant usage and organizational structures, and offer efficient, reliable and cost-effective services for fractional projects ranging in size from a single house or condominium up to hundreds of factional interests. Our law firm has offices in San Francisco California and Paris France.
What is a tenancy in common (TIC)? The acronym TIC, which stands for tenancy in common and tenants in common, refers to arrangements under which two or more people have…Keep Reading
What is a condominium? A condominium consists of an individually-owned “Unit” and a share of group-owned “Common Area”. The “Unit” is the space within the walls, floors and ceilings of…Keep Reading
What is Fractional Ownership? The phrase “fractional ownership” is typically used to describe shared ownership of a vacation or resort property by people in an arrangement which allocates usage rights based…Keep Reading