What Can You Learn from a Rent Roll? by Kevin Sanz, CCIM, MSIRE

Posted on December 21, 2021

One of the first documents investors will look at when evaluating potential investment property is a rent roll, which lists all of a property’s current tenants, the size of the space each tenant occupies and the percentage that space represented in the total building (net rentable square footage) as well as each tenant’s lease terms and the rental rate each pays per square foot. With this document, investors can glean critical information that includes the potential rental income a property can generate, current vacancies and opportunities for renegotiating lease terms, and how the rental rate compares to that of comparable properties in the same market.

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