Recovery of Investment losses in GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common
According to its Form D SEC filing, Griffin Capital applied for GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common in El Segundo, CA. The Form D was filed in 2008.
The White Law Group is investigating potential securities fraud claims on behalf of investors involving Tenants in Common (TIC). If your broker-dealer recommended that you purchase a risky TIC investment, such as GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common, you may be able to recover your losses through FINRA Arbitration.
GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common is a TIC. A TIC investment is defined as a property that is sold to multiple investors who then own fractional interests in the property as co-owners. The co-owners enjoy their share of the “pro rata” share of the net income or expenses, appreciation, and share of the proceeds at the sale of the property. Tenants in common investors are not involved in the day to day management of the property but do retain certain other rights regarding the management of the property.
Is a TIC investment suitable for you?
It’s important to understand the potential risks, costs, and advantages of a TIC, such as GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common, before investing. Generally offered as a 1031 exchange tax deferral, financial professionals often misrepresent the risks and benefits of these investments.
These investments are often marketed to conservative and retired investors. TIC investments also typically pay a high commission, sometimes more than 10%, which may explain why a financial advisor may recommend them to their clients.
Your financial advisor should ensure that any investment that they recommend is suitable for their clients. Liquidity needs, time horizon, risk tolerance, age, income, are just a few categories an advisor should take into account prior to recommending any investment. The brokerage firm must ensure that due diligence was completed at every level of each investment.
If you have suffered losses investing in GC Net Lease REIT Operating Partnership Tenants in Common, The White Law Group may be able to help you recover the investment losses through FINRA arbitration.
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