triple net lease


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triple net lease

n. a lease in which the lessee's (tenant's) rent includes a share of real property taxes, insurance and maintenance as well as the basic rent. A "triple-net-lease" is standard in leases of commercial property in shopping centers and malls. (See: rent, lease)

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The lease would be a triple net lease, under which the lessee would be responsible for all the property's costs and expenses.
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As interest rates rise, the value of your triple net lease property may decline, this is especially important when using a triple net lease property in a 1031 exchange, while looking for another property to exchange into.
Further, the lease is a triple net lease; the farm operation will continue to bear the real estate tax, insurance and cost of minor repairs.
on a 20-year triple net lease, with seven five-year renewal options.
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