Below is an incomplete list of topics that should cover a SACO TIC agreement: Although it is theoretically possible to bring together a group of entire buyers, let them create a unique offer as a group, and then give them the time and flexibility to create their own tenant in a common agreement before conclusion (while the property is held out of the market), this approach fails much more often than it succeeds and takes a lot of time, even if it succeeds. Most sellers and brokers find it much easier and more productive to accept individual offers from potential buyers of each fraction of the stock, even if they intend to close sales to all buyers simultaneously. (Note that closing sales is also possible individually, as described below.) Many people mistakenly think that SACO leases control, as common percentages of ownership, the resale prices of owners and/or the distribution of revenue when the entire property is resold or refinanced. . . .