This form contains everything businesses and landlords need to create their own net
lease for a space within a building. In a net lease, the tenant not only pays rent, but also part of the building's operating costs. These costs include property taxes, insurance and maintenance.
Many landlords already have their own leases. However, smaller landlords -- those who own only one or two buildings -- will be more likely to sign this lease form.
Consider using a "Commercial Gross Lease" if it can save you money over the long run. A net lease is often cheaper initially, but may become more expensive if operating costs rise. The longer the lease period, the more inclined you should be to elect a gross lease.
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