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Input details - enter the details of the lease including:
Lease Term: Enter the total number of months of the lease term. For example, a 3 year lease will be entered as '36' for the lease term. There is no limit to the number of months for the term.
Rentable Square Feet: Enter total square feet of space. The rent rate will be charged based on the total Rentable Square Feet entered here.
Rentable Area: Enter the total square feet of the rentable lease space. Rentable Square Feet (RSF) includes the usable square feet plus the prorate share of common area space including hallways, restrooms, atriums, etc.
Year 1 Annual Rent per square foot: Enter the initial ANNUAL rental rate per square foot for the first year.
Rent Escalation (Annual %): Many leases include Escalation Clauses where the rent will increase at a pre-negotiated rate at a specific time during the lease. Entering a percentage in this field represents that the lease rate will escalate, or increase, at the given percentage every year.
Year 1 Annual Operating Expenses per square foot: Enter the initial ANNUAL expense rate per square foot for the first year.
Expense Escalation: Entering a percentage in this field represents that the expenses will escalate, or increase, at the given percentage every year.
Annual Landlord Expense Stop per square foot: An Expense Stop is the total amount the landlord will pay in expenses per year. Property operating expenses incurred that exceed the Landlord Expense Stop in a given year will be the responsibility of the Tenant to pay or reimburse the landlord.
NPV (Net Present Value) Discount Rate: The discount rate reflects the market risk and opportunity cost for the Tenant or Landlord. The Net Present Value of will show the lease cost in today’s for the tenant, and the lease value today for a landlord. The discount rate also refers to the interest rate used in discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis to determine the present value of future cash flows. The discount rate in DCF analysis takes into account not just the time value of money, but also the risk or uncertainty of future cash flows. The greater the uncertainty of future cash flows, the higher the discount rate. Discount rate may also be the opportunity costs, meaning the annual percentage rate the user would receive on an alternate investment for the life of the lease.
Report Type: Once you have entered the lease information, select Tenant or Landlord. The Tenant report will show the lease costs from the tenant’s perspective. The Landlord report will show the lease value from the landlord’s perspective.
Press on Generate PDF to then create the 1-page PDF report.