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What Is A Leased Investment? Investment grade, long term net leases means the primary aspect of a certain lease structure. Investment grade means the quality of tenant to which the lease is made. Long term on the other hand indicates the general length of lease and the net leases refers to structure of these lease obligations. I recommend you to read the next lines if you wish to learn more about these subjects. Number 1. Investment Grade – this lease is basically lease to tenants that are maintaining a credit rating of Better Business Bureau or even higher. The investment rating is then represented by the ability of the company to repay its obligation. BBB is representing good credit rating according to the agency’s ratings. Most of the time, only bigger, national companies are able to maintain good credit rating.
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Rating agencies are not monitoring thoroughly franchise and regional tenants. For this, it is ideal that the lease is corporate backed by parent company and isn’t just regional franchisee. There’s a huge difference between the strength and credit of regional franchise owner and the actual corporation itself. Corporate parent will generally provide better rent stability in midst of economic downturn while rent stability is equivalent to improved stability for the price and value of your real estate.
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Number 2. Long Term – most of the time, long term means fixed length obligation in lease term or beyond ten years. There are some advisors or brokers that might include lease option as part of fixed lease term. It is essential to know what is obligations and options. If the tenant for instance has option to renew for additional 5 years after the initial 5 year term, then the lease term has to be considered 5 year lease with additional 5 years in option and not a 10 year lease. As a client, you have to figure out the rent terms and on how long the tenant is obligated to pay as it makes a huge difference when considering your returns, risks, ability to acquire financing and also your ability to resell property for profits. Number 3. Net Leases – the types of leases to which tenants are in charge for operating expenses which include the structure, insurance and the roof are referred to as Double Net or NN and Triple Net or NNN leases. In pure NNN lease, it is covering such cost through term of lease is called also as absolute NNN lease. Then again, there are those who call it as Triple Net that don’t include expense on roof or structure of the building. As a matter of fact, these leases are also known as modified NNN or double net NN leases.