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All about commercial real estate leasing
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Introduction to CRE Lease Types

Category: Leasing

Ben & Jerry's has a lot of different ice cream flavors. There is a flavor for everyone and every occasion. The same is true for commercial real estate leases...

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The Pros and Cons of Free Rent Concessions

Category: Leasing

Tenants like free rent. Let's be honest, who doesn't enjoy getting something for free? When the market is "cold" (tenant-friendly, contracting, high supply...

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Calculateing Leasing Commissions In Commercial Real Estate

Category: Leasing

In this video we’ll explore why owners should consider hiring a 3rd party leasing agent and how to calculate the commission amount under different payment...

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What is a Tenant Improvement Allowance?

Part 1

Category: Leasing

A TI Allowance is an amount paid by the owner to prepare a space for a new tenant. Many owners gladly pay to improve their space in exchange for a higher rent rate, longer lease...

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What is a Triple Net Lease in Commercial Real Estate?

Category: Leasing

A triple net (NNN) lease shifts the responsibility of payment (or reimbursement) of operating expenses onto the tenant. In other words, in a NNN lease, the tenant must pay...

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What is a Base Stop Lease in Commercial Real Estate?

Category: Leasing

This lease type establishes a ceiling or maximum on the amount of responsibility the owner has for operating expenses. The term “stop” in the lease type name comes from...

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What is an Expense Reimbursement in Real Estate?

Category: Leasing

Commercial real estate reimbursements define how much of each operating expense a tenant must refund or repay an owner. Different leases call for different...

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What Are The Most Popular Lease Escalations in CRE?

Category: Leasing

If income is one of the most important drivers of commercial property value, then lease escalations are one of the most important drivers of income. Unlike residential real estate...

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Category: Leasing

Percentage Rent

Critical Lease Dates

Cold vs Warm Shell

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