Northern Nevada Member Meeting
Real Estate: Understanding the different lease structures and how they impact your monthly lease obligations
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 | 8:00 a.m.
St. Mary’s Foundation Building
520 West 6th Street, Reno, NV 89503
Triple Net, Modified Gross, Absolute Net, Full-Service Gross….what do the different lease structures mean and which type of lease did your group sign? How does your rent compare to what the market is supporting? Given today’s real estate market, it is crucial to understand the type of lease you signed and the economic impact each can have on your practice. Each lease structure demands different obligations of the tenant that not only affects your rental payment each month but also building/suite maintenance responsibilities. Having an understanding of varying types of lease structures is the number one tool to quantify that your lease competes in the marketplace.
Join us to familiarize yourself with key terminology to understand when negotiating real estate agreements to insure your practice’s real estate is the most cost effective option.
Jamie Krahne, Senior VP, Healthcare Brokerage Agent, Nevada
Ensemble Real Estate
Jamie Krahne brings more than 15 years of commercial real estate expertise to her duties at Ensemble, which includes asset management of a multi-state, 20-million-square-foot industrial portfolio and a 3.2-million-square-foot medical and office portfolio located in Nevada.
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
At Ensemble, Jamie oversees leasing, marketing, property management and construction management for the company’s Nevada properties that encompasses 1.6 million square feet of medical office space. She also acts as a tenant representative working on behalf of both private physician groups and various hospital systems working as an adviser in all aspects of the medical office space. Jamie’s success stems from marrying her experience of healthcare brokerage with construction management allowing her to oversee the transaction from lease negotiation through space delivery. Her solution-based approach includes staying up-to-date on changing market conditions, understanding the nuances of medical real estate and how that impacts her client’s space needs.
Co-authored a chapter entitled “Building Out an Urgent Care Center” in The Textbook of Urgent Care Management, by John Shufeldt, MD, JD, MBA, FACEP
Attended the University of Nevada, Reno
Certified Property Manager (CPM) candidate through the Institute of Real Estate Management
Served on Commercial Real Estate Women’s (CREW) Board of Directors
JUST FOR KICKS
Jamie takes advantage of all of Reno/Tahoe’s outdoor fun, including snow skiing, water skiing, hiking and mountain biking. When not outdoors, you can find her reading the latest best seller, watching political documentaries or spending time with family.