should I write gross or single net lease. We may get tax dductions due to lower rental rate.

Of course it could rise also although it seems that a reduction is likely. I want to hedge my bets. Any suggestions. If we get lower rate, we can recapture the savings that will hel-p offset the lower rental income.
In Leasing Property - Asked by doug s. - Jan 31, 2013
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Michael B.
Omaha, NE

I don't think I actually get this question? My turn to learn?

Feb 3, 2013
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Chris S.
Coeur D'alene, ID

As landlord or as tenant ...
As landlord and if the property is single tenant, then I would always push for NNN. This gives the landlord protection against inflation and especially against uncontrolled property tax increases.
As tenant, I would push for gross or at least modified gross. This gives the tenant protection against the same increases as noted above.
I doubt the income tax implications are enough to throw out standard logic in this regard, but I would also advise checking with your CPA.

Feb 18, 2013
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Jeff R.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Birmingham, MI

Wouldnt your tax amount be the same? Ie as your net income would be the same? Your taxed on net not gross.

Mar 1, 2013
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