What to Look For in a Walgreens NNN For Sale

Net lease real estate offers an array of benefits for investors who are looking for a stable source of income, without the bulk of expenses and landlord duties that come along with property ownership. In a triple net lease, the tenant assumes the majority of expenses associated to the property (in addition to monthly triple net rent) where they’ll operate their business, such as:

  • Taxes
  • Insurance
  • Maintenance and Repairs

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What is an Industrial Gross Lease?

An industrial gross lease (also called a modified gross lease in some markets) is a type of commercial real estate contract that is often used to create a mutually beneficial deal between the property owner and the tenant on an industrial or warehouse property. In an industrial gross lease, the tenant is responsible for some (but not all) of the operating expenses of the property, which they pay to the property owner in addition to their agreed upon monthly rent.

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3 Things You Should Know About NNN Expenses

Triple net lease real estate is popular for investors who want to add a low-risk, low-touch property that brings in consistent revenue each month over a long-term period. In a triple net (or NNN) lease, 3 important financial responsibilities (each represented by “N”) are typically included and outlined it the contract:

  • Taxes
  • Insurance Premiums
  • Maintenance, Repairs and Upkeep

But each deal is as unique as the property itself, so it’s important to know these three aspects of NNN expenses (from the standpoint of an investor and a tenant) to make sure you choose the best investment for your portfolio. Read more

What is a Double Net Lease?

Net lease real estate is rich in opportunity for both property owners (who can obtain a steady income steam on their investment) and the tenants (who occupy a space where they run their business). There are different variations of net lease deals, in which the tenant and the property owner will each have different financial responsibilities for the property. These various net lease deal types typically fall into one of three categories, which, in order of popularity, are: Triple Net (NNN) Lease, Double Net Lease, and Single Net Lease.

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4 Things to Know About Triple Net Rent

Triple net lease real estate is popular among investors who want to create a stable income stream from regular, triple net rent in their portfolio. Triple net leases typically offer such an opportunity by providing long-term earning potential without the obligations that typically come along with being a landlord, such as taxes, insurance, or maintenance on the building to keep it in top operational order.

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What is a Modified Net Lease?

A modified net lease is a deal variation or compromise that usually falls somewhere between the terms of a gross lease and a triple net lease. Each modified net lease contract is unique to the property, but there is generally a split of financial responsibilities between the property owner and the tenant to make the deal beneficial on both sides.

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What is a Modified Gross Lease?

A modified gross lease can be best understood through comparison, as it represents a middle ground between a full-service gross lease and a triple net (NNN) lease.

In a gross lease, the property owner is financially responsible for the building, and covers all the expenses associated to its operation (including taxes, insurance, and maintenance). To help recoup some of these costs, the property owner builds them into the monthly rent amount that a tenant pays for use of the building. The property owner pays all of the expenses associated to the building, in exchange for a monthly, all-inclusive rent sum.

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Modified Gross Lease Vs. Full Service Lease

There are many vital aspects to successfully navigating commercial real estate listings and finding the best fit for your investment strategies. Aside from price and cap rates, a key factor to consider is the type of lease that may already be in place on a property (which you’ll inherit as the new property owner). Lease types vary, and the unique details within each deal can also be very different from one property to another. Read more

Why Do a Triple Net Lease?

A triple net lease (or NNN lease) property is a special type of investment property that typically comes with a long-standing tenant agreement in place with terms that are favorable for both investors and tenants in the long-term.

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What You Should Know About Net Lease CAP Rates

Net lease capitalization rate (which is popularly shortened to simply, net lease cap rate) is a calculation used to measure the expected investment return on a net lease property investment. Cap rate is expressed as a percentage and is used to demonstrate how much of a return that an investor can expect on a net lease property, specifically over the first year of ownership.

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3 Reasons to Avoid NNN For Sale by Owner Properties

As an investor you’re keen on finding the best investment, and to find that perfect deal you need to locate a property whose price fits into your goals. NNN for sale by owner listings can be tempting when you’re looking for a high return investment, and in some aspects of real estate can be great deals without all the fees that come along with working with a realty or investment advisory. If you’re dealing in cash, you can often get prices even lower and close faster dealing directly with an owner.

However, when it comes to triple net properties, the market and the variance in the lease deals in place on a property can present some unique intricacies that are hard to navigate (or easier to miss) when working the for sale by owner route.

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Single Tenant Net Lease Valuation Model

Triple net lease real estate is popular among commercial investors who are looking for properties that are relatively low-risk but offer high returns without a substantial amount of management or oversight as a landlord.

Single tenant net lease properties can be ideal investors with these investment qualifications, because you’re dealing with one property, one long-term tenant (of anywhere from 10 to 25 years depending on the lease) and one set of agreement stipulations between you and the tenant. Multi-tenant net leases, however, tend to more complex since you’ll be dealing with multiple tenants who will potentially all have different terms (and timeframes) outlined in their leases.

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4 Trends Driving Triple Net Lease CAP Rates

The Capitalization Rate (or Cap Rate) is a term used heavily in the triple net lease real estate industry, and this calculation (expressed as a percentage) demonstrates the expected rate of return on a real estate investment. Cap rates are determined based on the net income a property is anticipated to generate and give investors an idea of how lucrative a triple net investment is compared to others on the market.

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How Does a Triple Net Lease Work?

Net lease real estate offers great benefits for investors and tenants alike, and as you’re researching your commercial investment opportunities, you’re probably coming across a lot of different net lease types that you may have thought were all virtually the same, but the truth is that the type of net lease in place on an investment property actually plays a big role in what types of returns you can expect and what financial obligations you’ll have as the property owner.

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What Does the Landlord Pay in a Triple Net Lease?

Triple net properties are quite attractive to investors who want a steady, predictable income stream (that is also low-risk, low-touch, and long-term). This is because, in general, the vast majority of the financial responsibilities hinged to the building itself are passed along to the tenant in an NNN lease.

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5 Advantages of Single Tenant Net Lease Financing

Single tenant net lease properties are freestanding business locations that have just one tenant occupying the entire space. In contrast, multi-tenant properties (such as strip malls or shopping centers) have multiple spaces that are all occupied by different businesses. Single net leases are becoming a more a popular investment choice as the popularity of malls dwindles and due to the many perks they offer for an investor (and a tenant who gets to be the sole business and brand operating in the building).

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4 Things to Know about the Single Tenant Net Lease Market

Market shifts and changes can have a drastic impact on your triple net property investments. From what types of buildings and businesses will be most stable and lucrative, to when and where to buy an NNN building for your portfolio, you should keep a keen eye on the market trends that are unfolding.

There are some big things underway in the realm of single tenant net leases, but trends can often be difficult to navigate as you try to determine which will be fleeting and which could have longer-lasting impacts on your NNN investments.

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What Is a Net Lease Advisor?

Triple net lease real estate can a very stable, long-term source of reliable income with many advantages for both property owners and tenants. However, it can also often be an overwhelming task to find the perfect triple net property and determine the best opportunity among a sea of choices. Additionally, net lease properties can come with a tenant already in place, which means there will be contract details that you need to understand fully so you know exactly what financial responsibilities you’re signing up for by purchasing the property and entering the existing net lease agreement with the tenant.

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4 Things to Know about Triple Net Lease Tenant Improvements

Triple net lease properties are rich in opportunity for both property owners and tenants alike. As an investor, you can create a reliable income stream from your property, and as a tenant you can establish a footprint for your business.

However, there are going to be expenses associated to maintaining your triple net property, from standard operating expenses to structural repairs to keep the building updated, safe, and profitable.

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