A NNN offers both the benefits of an investment similar to a corporate bond and a traditional real estate ownership without the entanglements of leasing and management. As result, investors are not tied to their geographic markets. Similar to a corporate bond, the rate is mainly determined by credit. P. What is a NNN different from other types of investment real estate? R.
A NNN is a passive investment real estate secured by a corporate tenant. Most investments in residential and commercial property income as office buildings, apartments and warehouses have multiple tenants and the owner of such properties should pay the costs of operation and provide on-site management. The owner rents short-term individual units, each local restores, collects the rent, pay real taxes, maintains the property and is responsible for other expenses such as insurance, accounting and legal expenses. Q: What are the primary benefits of a NNN investment property sales followed by the lease of the property who sold it? R. 1. The safety of both the tenant and real estate, 2.
A free transaction tangles with minimal costs, 3. The high-performance annual cash interest on a passive investment; 4. Depreciation of property tax serves as a basis for returns, 5. The value of real estate often appreciates during the term of lease, 6. Minimal risk to tenants of investment grade, 7. The opportunity for higher yields with tenants who are not investment grade, 8. The investor owns the property without the management responsibilities of the site; 9. The investor does not pay the property insurance, maintenance, improvements or taxes, and 10. At any time, the investor can convert the investment into cash, often at a profit by selling the property. The investor can also maintain the property, expect the market value of the property to appreciate, and lease the property at a higher rate than the original tenant or a new tenant when the lease term expires. P. What are the options the investor / owner when the tenant’s lease expires? R. Very often, when the original lease term expires, the investor / owner will own the property free of encumbrances. At this time, the investor / owner can lease the property again to existing tenant or new tenant, usually in a higher market rate, for higher performance. Or, he can sell the property at the appraised value of the market by existing tenant or a client suspected. They could also sell the property to a developer to be renovated to better use or to be used in a master plan for redevelopment. Generally, as the property is well maintained, well built and favorably located, the market value of real estate have appreciated significantly. Therefore, despite the alternative that the investor / owner chooses, the investor should benefit from a cash sale or a lease back with a higher rate on your performance investment. Here are some questions that Calkain Companies can easily respond if it is an investment net lease (NNN). Calkain Companies can make a difference in your next investment. The team of professionals Calkain Companies is fully prepared to guide and advise you on your next investment to either net lease or any type of commercial investment.