Tenancy In Common

A Tenancy in Common ("TIC") is a legal way of holding an undivided interest in real property. The TIC Agreement is a private contract between parties assigning portions of a multi-unit property for exclusive use. It does not subdivide the property...

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Condominium Conversion

In the City and County of San Francisco only 2-6 unit properties may convert. They qualify only when they (i) meet occupancy requirements, (ii) win or bypass the conversion lottery, and (iii) for lottery conversions, satisfy "tenant rights" rules...

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Co-Ownership

When a group of individuals co-own property a formal agreement is advisable to outline the rights and obligations of each owner as well as the exit strategy. The distinction between a Co-Ownership Agreement and a Tenancy in Common Agreement is that...

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Services

  • Preparation of Tenancy in Common Agreements for pre-marketing for developers
  • Preparation of Tenancy in Common Agreements for owners
  • Preparation of Co-Ownership Agreements
  • Preparation of Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
  • Preparation and Submittal of Condominium Conversion Applications (San Francisco)
  • Mediation of TIC and Homeowners Association disputes
  • Counseling in structure of real estate transactions
  • Review of Tenancy in Common Agreements
  • Drafting of purchase and sale agreements for TIC properties

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Co-Ownership

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Shared Ownership

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