Did you invest in tenants in common real estate?
Brokerage firms have been actively marketing 1031 tax-deferred exchanges of real property as a way of avoiding capital gains on the sale of real estate. Investors in tenants in common real estate are sold a fractional ownership of commercial property often with the promise of a stream of income. Many investors in tenants in common deals have lost much if not all of their investment, as a result of the property they invested in falling into foreclosure or proving to be unprofitable. Sonn Law Group believes that brokerage firms that sold tenants in common real estate in 1031 exchanges often misrepresented and failed to disclose the risks of the investment. Sonn Law Group believes that brokerage firms that misled investors into investing in failed tenants in common real estate are legally liable for investors losses.
If you believe that you have a been misled as to the risk of investing in reverse convertible notes and wish to learn more about our investigation and current cases, please call us toll free at 1-866-372- 8311 or fill out the “contact us” forms.