Yes, I believe a triple net lease in Florida for residential could be used. However, if you have questions check either with an attorney or the Department of Real Estate for the State of Florida.
However, it would be my recommendation to keep it simple. Determine how much your property taxes and insurance are going to be for the rental year. Include an annually amortized amount in your lease for these. Then do a modified gross lease, which basically to establish a monthly amount. Have the tenant be responsible for the care and expense of upkeep for all interior maintenance on the property.
With this lease, you will take care of all external maintenance, (gardening, pool, tree trimming etc.) This way you will always know that the exterior of the property looks good. If something needs repair within the house, the tenant must pay!
I believe this type of lease will be more acceptable for all concerned; thus, you will likely get a larger pool of rental prospect than if you used a pure NNN lease. In the end the larger market of prospects should give you a better choice for a quality tenant.
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