Triple Net Leases – What they are and why you need to know

 
 

Triple Net, Net, Gross, Full Service? What do these lease terms mean?

Today I'll offer some references on the topic of Triple Net Leases.
 
A triple net lease in when the tenant pays all operating expenses such as real estate taxes, insurance premiums, and maintenance costs, in addition to the base rent.  A gross lease is when all expenses associated with owning and operating the property are paid by the landlord. For a collection of articles and videos explaining just what a "Triple Net Leease" is, please click on the following:
 
 
In addition, what issues does an investor face and why should they understand the definition of a triple net lease and be clear in negotiations early in the game? Link here for more details:
 
http://www.ccim.com/cire-magazine/articles/singling-out-triple-net-leases
 
http://www.creonline.com/risks-and-benefits-of-triple-net-properties.html
Posted on November 21, 2014 at 3:42 pm
Julie Wurden Jablonski | Category: Julie Wurden Jablonski Commercial Real Estate Tuesday Tips | Tagged , ,

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