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Triple Net Lease Property

A triple net lease property may provide investors with a stable source of monthly income for years to come. Most triple net lease agreements are long-term arrangements that last from 15 to 25 years. This kind of rental agreement is a great source of retirement income, and a great way to build up your nest egg for later in life.

Many people invest in triple net lease properties because they want to reduce the management responsibilities of their current real estate investments. As the owner of a triple net lease property, you not only receive a monthly income, but you also avoid the burden of paying state and federal taxes and insurance premiums. In addition, the tenant takes care of routine maintenance tasks and repairs.

The top retailers in the country often take part in triple net lease arrangements in order to free up capital for use in other areas of development. One thing to look for in a triple net lease property is the stability and credit worthiness of potential tenants. Tenants with high credit scores and a positive image tend to take care of problems quickly and pay their bills on time.

A triple net lease property may be a suitable replacement property for a 1031 exchange. If you're looking to defer the capital gains tax from the recent sale of a property, a 1031 exchange is an excellent alternative. In addition, a triple net lease property may be a great tool for estate planning. At TM 1031 Exchange, we specialize in helping brokers, developers and investors find suitable replacement properties, and we can help you find an excellent triple net lease opportunity in your area. Check out our website www.tm1031exchange.com for more information.

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