For Vendors

Your CommShare agent has more ways to engineer a deal!

Why list with a CommShare Agent?

When you list your property with a CommShare agent it automatically makes it available for shared or sole ownership, whichever occurs first.

Multiple buyers/investors have always been able purchase as tenants in common, however there are legal ramifications for anyone who promotes a property to multiple buyers/investors!

To be legally able to syndicate your property to multiple investors, you first need to list it with a CommShare agent.

Commercial Property Syndication

Shared Ownership Trading Exchange

The Tenant in Common Exchange (ticX) is for owners, buyers, and sellers of tenant in common shares in real estate.

The ticX platform trades in tenant in common held shares in real estate and can be compared to a Stock or Securities Exchange trading in company shares.

Shared ownership’ is where a property, or part of the property, is sold and is purchased by two or more co-owners as tenants in common with each owner separately registered on title in equal or unequal shares. 

CommShare agents are able to offer your property for shared or sole ownership, whichever occurs first!

If you’re a co-owner wanting to sell your share, please contact your nearest CommShare agent.

Thinking of Selling your Business?

List it with your nearest CommShare Agent

Banks no longer lending to business! We can help engineer the Sale by setting up Vendor Finance. Vendor finance through the issue of a Vendor Bond may be appropriate when a purchaser is having problems getting a bank to finance the purchase of a business. Issuing a Vendor Bond will often allow the vendor of a business to get the price they’re looking for.

Issuing a single Vendor Bond provides an easy way to quickly set up vendor finance & repayment terms, making your business more affordable to potential buyers.

Vendor Bond is a written promise, legally enforceable, to pay on demand, or on one or more specified dates, a specified sum and sets forth the terms and conditions of the loan arrangement between a lender and the borrower.

Other Alternative Business & Property Development Funding Solutions

Equity Capital

Equity capital is contributed in return for a share of ownership. It’s not repayable, demands no provision of security (other than the issued shares) and bears no interest.

Debt Funding

Debt securities are issued securities that have a right to participate in interest payments on a regular basis. Types of Debt securities SMEs might issue are; Loan Notes, SME Bonds, Convertible Bonds, Convertible Notes and Realty Bonds.

Convertible Bonds

Issuing a Convertible SME Bond can be a way to fund your initial capital raising costs and get your equity capital raise off the ground. The advantage of issuing convertible bonds is that, if the bonds are converted into shares, the company’s debt vanishes.

If I sell to multiple investors, when will settlement occur?

Settlement will occur once a take up commitment of 100% is achieved and can include the seller retaining a share as a co-owner.