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Cap rates in the single tenant net lease retail sector remained unchanged (6.25 percent) in the fourth quarter of 2018 when compared to the prior quarter. Cap rates for the office and industrial
After three successive quarterly increases, retail net lease cap rates were flat in 4Q 2018, ending the year at 6.25 percent, according to a new report from Wilmette, IL-based The Boulder Group.
Cap rates for retail net lease properties continued ticking upward in the third quarter of 2018, but only slightly. The average cap rate for single-tenant net lease assets in the retail sector increased
In the third quarter of 2018, single-tenant net lease medical properties recorded a 22-basis-point year-over-year increase in cap rates, according to The Boulder Group’s latest Medical Sector Net
Grocery stores throughout Chicagoland are getting looks from national and international investors. A single tenant net leased Jewel-Osco property located at 4650 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn, IL
Cap rates for the single-tenant drugstore sector increased by 11 basis points in the third quarter of 2018 to 6.21 percent over last year. Cap rates for CVS properties remained unchanged
The Houston-based firm, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware last week, says it is targeting locations that are underperforming or in close proximity to other Mattress
Cap rates for the single tenant net lease retail sector increased by 5 basis points in the third quarter, marking the third consecutive quarter increase and its highest levels since the fourth
The recent increase in the 10-year treasury rate was expected by many to push up cap rates in the nation’s single tenant net lease market, but so far, things are relatively quiet.
Randy Blankstein was 27 when he founded The Boulder Group in 1997. More than two decades later, his Illinois-based real estate firm is one of the 10 largest brokers of single-tenant
Consumer tastes may be shifting to healthier fare with organic, sustainable and farm-to-table choices, but the flavor of the month for 1031 exchange investors remains firmly focused
E-commerce resistant quick serve restaurants remain a popular investment vehicle as cap rates continue to compress, the “premium” paid for this retail sector increases further
Cap rates in the net lease quick service restaurant (QSR) sector declined to 5.50 percent in the second quarter of 2018 representing a 6 basis point decline when compared to the prior year.
No matter what troubles shake the retail world, investors jump at the chance to pick up grocery stores, especially ones in relatively affluent areas. The Boulder Group, a net leased
Dollar stores proliferated across the US as the economy sank into a recession, but instead of tapering off, demand for the sector’s cheap goods increased after a recovery took hold.
The latest report from The Boulder Group attributes rising cap rates in part to a drop in the average remaining lease term at some stores. Meanwhile, institutional investors continue
More than 180 of commercial real estate’s busiest professionals from around the country gathered at the University Club of Chicago July 26 for REJournals’ and Midwest Real Estate News’ Fourth Annual Net Lease Summit.
In a panic over Amazon.com’s plan to buy upstart online pharmacy PillPack, shareholders drove down the aggregate market value of CVS Health, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid in late June by about $11 billion.
The average retail cap rate for net lease properties during the second quarter of 2018 reached 6.2 percent, an increase of 10 basis points from first quarter, according to Second Quarter National Net Lease Report from the Boulder Group, a national net lease commercial real estate.
Single-tenant net lease property cap rate changes varied significantly by sector in the second quarter, new reports said. Retail sector single-tenant net lease cap rates increased 10 basis points during the quarter, representing the sector's largest cap rate
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