TRIPLE NET Definition

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TRIPLE NET (NNN) is a lease that includes on top of the basic rent, a share of the real property taxes, insurance, and maintenance. "Triple-net-leases are standard in commercial property leases in shopping centers and malls. Usually done under a limited partnership, resulting in lower risk for investors.

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CURRENCY TRANSLATION see FOREIGN CURRENCY TRANSLATION.

DEBT FINANCING is raising money through selling bonds, notes, or mortgages or borrowing directly from financial institutions. You must repay borrowed money in full, usually in installments, with interest. A lender incurs risk and charges a corresponding rate of interest based on that risk. The lender usually assesses a variety of factors such as the strength of your business plan, management capabilities, financing, and your past personal credit history, to evaluate your company's chances of success.

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