2012 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey
Is your salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2012 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey.
This report covers the office, industrial and retail sectors’ salary and benefits data on 150+ positions in commercial real estate, including executives and key management personnel as well as development, leasing, financing and property management positions, to name a few. Information is presented by company size, type, region and specialization and includes incentives and company benefits. Bonus: All purchasers receive a sortable Excel document to customize the data.
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Because landlords assume all of the operating expense risk, rents for gross leases exceed those for triple-net leases. The markup for gross leases varies between properties and across markets. In this study, we develop a theory explaining the spread between gross and triple-net rents for office space across urban markets. A multi-stage model is developed with the first stage estimating triple-net rent through its proposed determinants. Stage 2 uses the estimated coefficients from the triple-net rent equations to generate expected rents for gross leases with which we estimate the gross rent markup for each property.
Three previous NAIOP Developer of the Year winners share their future development plans and lessons learned from the recession. This article also discusses the future of state and municipal incentive programs.
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