Single Tenant PropertyRealized1031.com2015-11-11 08:00:00
Single Tenant Property
Single tenant property is property that is fully occupied by a single user. Single tenant properties often feature a triple-net (NNN) lease structure and generally have remaining lease terms of at least 10 years.Single-tenant, net-leased properties, which sometimes use the acronym STNL, can be attractive to individual investors due to their low management responsibilities, predictable cash flow and often long lease terms. Many single-tenant properties feature tenants with household names and investment grade tenants.
Single-tenant, net-leased properties do, however, have risks such as the financial strength of the tenant, the reusability of the building itself should the tenant vacate and perhaps most notably, binary occupancy risk as, in contrast to a multi-tenant building, a single-tenant property is either 100% occupied or 100% vacant.
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