BLOCKFIELD shows commercial properties that are leased to corporate business tenants. Many corporate tenants are bond-rated by Standard & Poor’s and have stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Good business tenants pay rent on time every month to provide investors with consistent cash flow. Unlike bad home or apartment renters, good businesses tenants have money to pay for building repairs and professionally manage the building during occupancy. Business tenants are required under the lease to keep the interior and exterior of the building clean and functional at all times.
BLOCKFIELD shows only properties that are leased on a long-term basis to corporate tenants. The typical commercial net lease is at least 7 years in length, but can be as long as 20 years.
Unlike renting a home for one year, commercial net lease properties provide long-term cash flow for many years. An investor has peace of mind knowing that he has a lease for many years with a corporate business. Additionally, long-term net leases generally contain rent increases, so the investor can expect to increase his cash flow over time.
BLOCKFIELD shows only properties that are leased on a net basis. In a net lease property, the tenant is responsible for most or all of the maintenance of the property during the lease. Net lease properties are less expensive for the landlord to manage.
BLOCKFIELD properties have consistent, monthly cash flow. Net lease properties are leased to stable, corporate tenants. Long term leases provide many years of guaranteed rental income. Commercial net lease properties have very few landlord maintenance costs. Net lease properties have consistent cash flow that is not reduced by repairs.
Banks are eager to loan on commercial net lease properties. The aspects of net lease properties that are attractive to property investors – corporate tenants, long-term leases, and steady cash flow – are also attractive to lenders. Banks can typically loan up to 85% of the total value of the property to investors.
BLOCKFIELD can help non-U.S. residents manage their investment property. Additionally, net lease properties have lower management fees than rental homes or apartments.
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