Explain the concept of a triple net lease within commercial real estate. Option: Tenant pays a fixed rent, while the landlord manages all expenses, Tenant assumes responsibility for operating expenses, taxes, and insurance, Shared responsibility for operating expenses, taxes, and insurance between landlord and tenant, Landlord covers all operating expenses, taxes, and insurance costs

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Explain the concept of a triple net lease within commercial real estate.

Tenant pays a fixed rent, while the landlord manages all expenses

Tenant assumes responsibility for operating expenses, taxes, and insurance

Shared responsibility for operating expenses, taxes, and insurance between landlord and tenant

Landlord covers all operating expenses, taxes, and insurance costs

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Which metric is commonly employed to assess rental property cash flow?

All of the aforementioned metrics

Capitalization rate

Net operating income (NOI)

Cash-on-cash return

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How is Profit Before Tax (PBT) calculated?

Total Revenues - Total Operating Expenses

Net Income + Taxes

Gross Profit - Operating Expenses

Total Revenues - Cost of Goods Sold

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Describe a common approach to enhance rental property cash flow.

Refinancing to secure a lower interest rate

Implementing rent increases

All of the strategies mentioned

Strategic expense reduction

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What is the formula for calculating netblock?

Netblock = Gross block + Accumulated depreciation

Netblock = Gross block - Accumulated depreciation

Netblock = Accumulated depreciation - Gross block

Netblock = Gross block / Accumulated depreciation

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How is the net block of an asset calculated?

Gross block plus accumulated depreciation

Gross block minus accumulated depreciation

Gross block multiplied by the accumulated depreciation

Accumulated depreciation divided by the gross block