Single Tenant Net Lease

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  • Net Lease Cap Rates Trend Lower

    After two consecutive quarters of increasing cap rates, the single-tenant net lease sector saw cap rates decline across retail, office and industrial property types, as competition heats up, notes The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein.

    National 04 October 2017 14:20
  • Timing the Market: An Open Letter to Net Lease Sellers

    While today's market conditions favor net lease sellers, it's important for investors to understand market trends and potential challenges when considering a sale, notes Stan Johnson Co. Director Anne Perrault.

    National 20 September 2017 13:48
  • Net Lease QSR Properties Outperform Market

    Lower price points, long-term leases and rental escalations are some of the reasons why net lease investors are flocking to single-tenant quick service restaurant properties, according to The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein.

    National 06 September 2017 13:55
  • Increase of the Net Lease Dollar Store

    The majority of the product comes from new construction properties, as tenants continue to expand at an aggressive pace, notes The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein.

    National 02 August 2017 16:10
  • Net Lease Market Shifts to Neutral

    After years of the net lease market being perceived as more favorable to sellers than buyers, the widening cap rate spread combined with a change in investor sentiment has shifted the market, notes The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein.

    National 05 July 2017 17:26
  • Single-Tenant Net Lease Volume Down in 1Q

    Single-tenant net lease transaction volume hit $12.9 billion in the first quarter of 2017, down from $18.8 billion in last year's fourth quarter, according to Real Capital Analytics data.

    National 21 June 2017 15:42
  • Net Lease Casual Dining in Demand with 1031 Buyers

    The asset class remains a popular target for net lease investors largely because it is e-commerce resistant, argues The Boulder Group President Randy Blankstein. While private and 1031 buyers are the most aggressive purchasers, other investor types are getting in on the action.

    National 06 June 2017 17:48

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