what is 13/SF/year

In Leasing Property - Asked by sheyla s. - Feb 12, 2012
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Joaquin J.
Broker/Agent
Charlotte, NC

It is telling you the cost (lease rate) of the property is $13 per square foot per year.
Here is how you use it;
13/SF/year
Assuming you are looking at a 1000 square foot space
$13 x 1000 (SF)= $13,000 per year cost
You can break it down further by dividing the year cost by 12 months
$13,000 / 12 months= $1083 / month to lease.
Keep in mind that there are other cost involved that may add to this square foot price, such as, utilities, taxes, insurance, and common areas.
Big Tip: It's a buyer's market & prices are negotiable.

Feb 12, 2012
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Ted C.
Chester, VA

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Feb 13, 2012
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