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Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Creates summary and detail reports for leases in a Retail, Office, or Industrial analysis as well as lease abstracts for individual leases. Lease Analysis is also used to prepare Tenant Representation and Owner Representation presentations. Measures computed include Dollars, Present Value, Rentable Square Feet ($/RSF), and Usable Square Feet ($/USF).

Lease Analysis is automatically produced from the Revenue Pages in your Assumption Set, as shown here (in Summary View) for the Redondo Professional Building, an investment on your planEASe System Disk saved under the Assumption Set name "OFFICES". Leases can be sorted in ascending / descending order on any column’s values by left / right clicking the column header.

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Graphs are available here on the Graph Button at the top right (if you have purchased the optional Graphics Extension), as shown below.

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Lease View in Lease Analysis (below, as opposed to the Summary View shown above) shows each individual lease you choose from the list at the middle screen right. Checking the Use Vacancy Factor checkbox toggles between Gross and Effective values. Suite Number is obtained from the Page Title of the first assumption page of the lease, if it begins with a number (all text through the first space is assumed to be a Suite Number). The Page Notes for the first page of the lease are automatically entered in the Description text and may be updated and saved with your Assumption Set if you wish. The text in the Description box prints in the Lease Analysis Report. Clicking on one of the Show Detail as buttons (in the middle of the screen) changes the detail lines in the lower grid from the $ shown below to PV, $/RSF, PV/RSF, etc. You can print single leases or all the leases at once. If you have purchased the Monthly Extension, these projections can be shown monthly or quarterly. 

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Graphs are available here on the Graph Button at the top right (if you have purchased the optional Graphics Extension), as shown below.

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

The Lease Analysis function may also be used for Tenant Representation and Owner Representation analysis and presentation. This Summary View of 73 Hillside Way, a tenant representation Assumption Set on your planEASe System Disk saved under the name "TENANT". shows three proposals side-by-side for comparison purposes, making it very clear that the Maxwell Proposal is the most attractive from the Tenant perspective.

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

If you have purchased the Graphics Extension, the Graph button will be present, and you may press it to choose between several available graphs comparing the proposals.

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

In Lease View, as shown here, note that the Maxwell Proposal shows a Start and End column for the lease projection. If you specify Tenant or Owner Representation in your Assumption Set (by entering a 1 or 2 in the Price of Property), these columns are shown in Lease View. You may enter starting and stopping values for an item by specifying one-time growth and either 0 for Start or 99 for End in the Revenue Start Date (see the TENANT Assumption Set for the 73 Hillside Way example).

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Lease Analysis (PV, Rentable Square Feet)

Creates summary and detail reports for leases in a Retail, Office, or Industrial analysis as well as lease abstracts for individual leases. Lease Analysis is also used to prepare Tenant Representation and Owner Representation presentations. Measures computed include Dollars, Present Value, Rentable Square Feet ($/RSF), and Usable Square Feet ($/USF).