Tenancy In Common Offerings

A form of real property co-ownership in which two or more investors share an ownership interest in one of our farmland offerings.

Tenancy In Common (“TIC”) Overview

  • Invest alongside our crowdfunding offerings through a TIC.

  • Investment minimum starts at $500,000.

  • Ability to diversify across multiple TIC offerings.

  • 1031 Exchange eligible.

Golden Citrus Orchard

Our closed TIC eligible crowdfunded offering, Golden Citrus Orchard in Tulare County, California.

Work 1:1 With a Dedicated Investment Representative

Our team will work directly with you to identify a property that meets your desired characteristics and investment objectives.

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How It Works

  • Introductory Call

    We’ll work with you to identify your target criteria, including: desired deal size, leverage, hold period, target returns, early income, high yield, diversification, and other special preferences.

  • Preliminary Investigation

    Our Investment Team will identify and provide preliminary investment recommendations (PIRs) for Bespoke or TIC properties that may be a good fit.

  • Management & Performance

    Our team will provide the ongoing management and monitoring of the property, as well as all accounting, distributions, and the preparation and timely issuance of financials.

1031 Exchange Tenancy in Common Product

  • Swap an investment or business property through our Tenancy in Common product.

  • Potential to defer realization of capital gains, depreciation recapture, and other federal tax liabilities.

  • The replacement property must be of equal or greater value to the relinquished property.

Past Offerings

These deals are full and not accepting new investments, but provide an example of the farms our firm has funded on our platform in the past1.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ready to Begin?

Schedule an introductory call with one of our investment professionals to begin the process of sourcing a property that meets your needs. Looking to learn more about FarmTogether first? Check out Why FarmTogether.