gross lease


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gross lease

A lease in which the owner receives the contractual rent out of which he or she must pay all or most of the operating expenses of the real estate.
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A return to gross leases, however, can benefit both landlords and tenants, as well as foster a building's sustainability.
When the subject property is leased exclusively on all gross leases, this tax rider is combined with the appropriate capitalization rate and, in combination, become the loaded cap rate.
And the average gross lease rate for the market was a lofty $22.
The second quarter's average asking gross lease rate is $20.
They are fully leased under a modified gross lease to the County of Riverside and are occupied by the County's Department of Child Support Services.
The county's obligation is governed by an operating and modified gross lease, in contrast to capital and triple net leases used most frequently.
A new, 40,000-square-foot, Wiz electronics superstore will open at The Old Bridge Gateway in Spring, 1994, and a new, 10,000-square-foot Old Country Buffet restaurant is scheduled to open in the Fall, enlarging the center's gross lease area (GLA) to 240,000 square feet.
Nasdaq-BBS: OLEX) announced today it has acquired a 100 percent gross working interest in 17 additional wells in Big Foot Field, Frio County, Texas, coupled with 900+/- gross lease acres.
The property will be offered with a $600,000 per year gross lease and has excellent user potential.
The nontraditional lease structure includes an operating and modified gross lease between the county and the corporation, thereby qualifying roughly 50% of the county's lease payments (accounting for that portion of the facility used specifically for social services delivery) for federal subventions of 90% of the operating lease costs.
The consolidated leasing companies will have in excess of $100 million in gross lease receivables and expect to originate gross receivables of approximately $100 million annually.