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"Triple net leased single tenant commercial properties are one of the best long term investments in commercial real estate today."
-Larry Essig,
Senior Vice President
Commercial & Investment Real Estate

Triple net leased, single tenant commercial properties are one of the best long term investments in commercial real estate today. These properties achieve a high percentage of total return and a low degree of price volatility. Triple net leases are structured so the tenant becomes responsible for virtually all the costs and responsibilities of maintaining the property, including payment of taxes and insurance!


Whether you are a new investor or an old hand, I look forward to hearing from you.


-Larry Essig, Senior Vice President Commercial & Investment Real Estate


Larry Essig, Senior Vice President of Commercial Real Estate at Real Property Advisors, Inc., has over 35 years’ experience in leasing, acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate properties.


Contact Larry today at lessig@rpadvisors.com or 760-815-4124 to find out more about NNN Leases and Commercial Real Estate Investment.
Learn more about triple net leases and find more listings over at RPNNN.com

Larry Essig

 Senior Vice President

CalBRE# 00494385

Commercial Real Estate



CalBRE #01904379

NMLS/MLO #355855

Contact Me About Listings Available Now!

Wendy's: $1,775,187; Single Tenant NNN Lease, 6.5% Cap Rate. Zero landlord responsibilities, four 5-year options to renew, 1.5% annual rental increases. Seasoned Wendy's franchisee. Guarantor is Pennant Foods Corp.
AutoZone: $4,190,000; NNN Lease 6% Cap Rate. Two-tenant free standing building with long-term leases to national credit tenants. AutoZone has more than ten years remaining on its original 20-year lease Sherwin Williams has more than five years remaining on its lease after recently exercising its first of four 5-year renewal options. Landlord responsible for roof, structure, and parking areas. Landlord pays most operating expenses and is reimbursed by tenants; landlord has the right to charge a 15% management fee.
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