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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
The change in net lease property cap rates during the second quarter showed mixed results, with retail cap rates experiencing their greatest quarterly increase since 2011, while office and industrial rates compressed.
Cap rates for the single-tenant net lease retail sector rose by 10 basis points in the second quarter of 2018, representing the largest such increase since the second quarter of 2011. Cap rates compressed for the office and industrial sector by 5 and 25 basis points, respectively.
Millennials have disrupted the office sector with their preferences for open collaborative environments, but they are also disrupting the world of restaurants with their preferences
Cap rates for the single-tenant bank ground-lease sector increased by 21 basis points (bps) to 4.84 percent in the first quarter of 2018, compared to one year ago. At the same time, the supply of bank
Investors are still clamoring for newly built, freestanding retail properties with long-term leases to national credit tenants, but the supply of such assets tightened in the first quarter, according
Operators considering doing a sale-leaseback of property to raise capital may want to act quickly in order to capitalize on what could be peak pricing. Investors continue to exhibit a healthy appetite
After a few years of decline, cap rates for the single tenant net lease sector stabilized in 2017, and so far, have remained relatively stable in 2018. In the first quarter, the rates increased for the retail
Cap rates for the single-tenant net leased auto parts store sector increased by 29 basis points (bps) from the fourth quarter of 2016 to the fourth quarter of 2017 to 6.19 percent, largely driven
Industry professionals who have studied the companies’ operations are not convinced that the combination will create an entity strong enough to compete against Amazon. Grocery chain
The long-term slide of cap rates for single tenant net lease properties began to reverse within the past year or so, and that’s especially true of the big box sector. Cap rates for these properties
In 2018, net lease investors can expect middling performance from convenience stores. Recent estimates suggest that convenience stores will achieve total sales of about $73 billion in 2018
For more and more high-net-worth (HNW) real estate investors, dollar stores and drugstores make for a winning combination, although these assets can turn into losers if the sole tenant leaves.
Cap rates in the net lease market went on a long-term slide for several years as the economy recovered from the recession, with single tenant retail properties experiencing an especially steep
Cap rates in the fourth quarter of 2017 for the single-tenant net lease retail sector reached a new historic low rate of 6.07 percent. During the same time period, cap rates for the office sector
The restaurant tenants tend to have leases that feature 10 percent rent escalations every five years or 2 percent rent escalations annually. Steady investor demand has kept restaurant net lease cap