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Which is best for your project?

navigating the

net lease world

More Listings, More Buyers...

TRANSFER REAL EMOTION by offering your visitors a completely immersive experience that they could not otherwise get from just photo galleries and videos that lack the feel home buyers and seller crave. 

We can upload directly to Realtor.com and Homes.com

We can upload the finished product directly to Realtor.com and the Multiple Listing Services. 

Not Just 360˚...

360° panoramic tours seem like 3D at first glance, but they’re not.


Our virtual walkthroughs allow buyers to actually move through a property as if they were really there.

 

Furthermore, our tours offer a total sense of the space with the Matterport proprietary Dollhouse View and floor plan option.

Unusually fast delivery...

Unlike the services you are used to, our 3D Showcase will be delivered in record time. Most spaces are delivered within 24 to 48 hours and are ready to go.

Attract more out of town buyers...

Out of town buyers can preview the home

without having to drive or fly. 

Compatible with most 

Major Listing Platforms

Most listing platforms have the capability of embedding your virtual tour into the photo and video section of your listing, allowing guests direct access to view it on your property's page. We can upload to Realtor.com and Homes.com for you. 

Easy to embed in your website

& easy to share

We provide you with a short HTML snipped that you, or your web admin can easily insert into your website. You will also have a unique link that you can share via email, social media, listing service websites, and more. 

More qualified showings,

better time management

Now that prospects can take an in-depth tour of the property before physically seeing it, agents can spend more time doing in person showings with actual interested buyers. 

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Get 4K-360 Panoramic Photos great for Social Mediaand much more...

IN ADDITION TO the actual 3D Walk-Through we can offer a set of 4K 2D Photos as well as 360˚ Panoramic Photos upon request, to share on Social Media. 

Example of 360 Panoramic Photo for Social Media. For full tour click red button on your left. 

Contract Review

WHAT IS A NET LEASE?

A provision in a lease that requires the tenant to pay a portion, or all of the taxes, fees and maintenance costs for the property in addition to rent.

 

Net lease requirements are most commonly used in commercial real estate. 

 

There are three primary types of net leases: 

 

  • Single Net (net)

  • Double Net (net-net, or NN)

  • Triple Net (net-net-net, or NNN)

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SINGLE NET LEASE

A commercial real estate lease agreement in which the tenant is required to pay property taxes in addition to rent. 

 

A Single Net Lease is a form of pass through lease in which taxes associated with the property become the responsibility of the tenant instead of the landlord. 

 

The landlord is responsible for the other operating expenses incurred of the property. 

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DOUBLE NET LEASE (NN)

An agreement in which the tenant is responsible for both property taxes and premiums for insuring the building. 

 

Unlike a Single Net Lease which only requires the tenant to pay property taxes, a Double Net Lease passes more expenses along in the form of insurance payments.

 

The landlord is still held responsible for structural maintenance expenses. Each month the landlord receives the base rent plus the additional payments.

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TRIPLE NET LEASE (NNN)

A lease agreement that designates the lessee (tenant) as being solely responsible for all of the cost relating to the asset being leased in addition to the rent fee applied under the lease. 

 

The structure of this type of lease requires the lessee to pay for all operating expenses associated with the property in addition to the base rental rate. 

 

The lessee has to pay the net amount of three types of costs, property taxes, insurance and operating expenses, which is how this type of lease got its name.

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MODIFIED GROSS LEASE (MG)

A modified gross lease is a type of real estate rental agreement where the tenant pays base rent plus a proportional share of some, or all of the other costs associated with the property, such as property taxes, utilities, insurance and maintenance.

 

Under a modified gross lease, the tenant takes over expenses that are directly related to his or her unit, including unit maintenance and repairs, utilities and janitorial costs, while the owner/landlord continues to pay for the other operating expenses and can pass them through in the form of additional rent, or reimbursements.

 

A modified gross lease falls somewhere between a gross lease and a NNN lease.

 

Which expenses the tenant is responsible for can vary significantly from property to property, so one must ensure that a modified gross lease clearly defines which expenses are the tenant’s responsibility.

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GROSS LEASE (G)

A lease agreement that designates the lessee (tenant) as being solely responsible for all of the cost relating to the asset being leased in addition to the rent fee applied under the lease. 

 

The structure of this type of lease requires the lessee to pay for all operating expenses associated with the property in addition to the base rental rate. 

 

The lessee has to pay the net amount of three types of costs, property taxes, insurance and operating expenses, which is how this type of lease got its name.