A net-leased investment is typically a single-tenant or multi-tenant retail, office, medical or industrial building that is leased and occupied by one or multiple user. The tenant has typically committed to a long-term lease that is generally 10+ years. Depending on how the leases are structured, they can be net-net leases (“NN”) or triple-net-leases (“NNN”). A net-net lease typically means the tenant is responsible for all operating expenses, real estate taxes and insurance. However, the owner or landlord is responsible for the roof and structural portion of the building. A triple-net-lease typically means the tenant is responsible for all operating expenses, real estate taxes, insurance and the roof/structural portion. Upland strongly advises clients to consult and review all lease agreements with an attorney.
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Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. New Hampshire and Tennessee have tax dividend income at varying rates.
Net-leased property values are determined by a combination of factors including the credit of the tenant (financial statements, credit rating, history/business model), the Lease Agreement (length of term, rent increases, renewal options, termination rights, etc.), and the real estate (Location, Location, Location!).
Net-lease properties are often referred to as bond-like investments because of their stable and predictable returns. The Net- lease investment is considered by many to be one of the least risky of all real estate investments, since these properties typically involve a binding long term lease that is in place. If the tenant is considered "investment grade", the risk is substantially mitigated.
While the risks relating to net-leased properties is much less than traditional real estate investments, tenants with non-investment grade credit offer higher levels of risk for an investor, however, this risk is typically offset by a higher return. An investor will have re-leasing opportunity in the event a tenant was to vacate the space.
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