Are average commercial lease rates typically gross or triple net?

Are average lease rates for a region as well as rates for specific properties assumed to be triple net in the absence of any further explanation?
In Leasing Property - Asked by John W. - Apr 7, 2009
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Robert C.
Broker/Agent
San Ramon, CA

Lease rates on commercial and retail space, I provide NNN rates to surveys, but on warehouse space I provide a gross rates.

Apr 9, 2009
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Nick D.
Broker/Agent
Burbank, CA

NNN for retail
Gross for industrial and most office

Apr 9, 2009
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Eric H.
Broker/Agent
Houston, TX

Agreed that most retail is quoted as NNN. Office is generally gross unless freestanding and then could be NNN or modified gross. Industrial seems to run across all three with larger multi tenant industrial properties using gross leases as to provide better control of the operating costs, medium properties tend to do both or a modified gross with the tenant paying only part of the NNN's and then freestanding usually commanding a NNN arrangement with the tenant reimbursing for taxes and property insurance but handling the CAM.

Apr 10, 2009
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