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Triple net leases allow investors to be very close to passive. The three nets; taxes, maintenance, and insurance, are all paid by the tenants. You can imagine the headaches that could save the building owner! While this strategy does offer less risk, it also comes with a little less return on your money. If you enjoyed today’s episode remember to subscribe in iTunes and leave us a review!

 

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“The three nets are: taxes, maintenance, and insurance, those 3 attributes are the tenants responsibility” - Dave Sobelman

 

Dave Sobelman Background:

  • Founder & CEO of Generation Income Properties (a public net lease REIT)
  • Founder of net lease brokerage firm 3 Properties.
  • Managed more than 1,000 single-tenant net lease transactions and has been involved in about $10 billion in transactions
  • Began his tenure in commercial real estate as a Research Analyst and Associate for Grubb & Ellis Company
  • Was responsible for maintaining market data for over 134 million square feet of area properties and accurately forecasting regional trends for client assessments
  • Based in Tampa, Florida
  • Say hi to him at www.gipreit.com  
  • Best Ever Book: Shoe Dog


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