Tag: COVID-19

Net Lease Investors Come Off the Sidelines and Flock to Sure-Bet Deals

It should come as no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic sent the investment market reeling. When the full impact of the crisis was setting in back in the first quarter, all sectors of the net lease market felt the dire pinch. Slowly, however, investors seem to be coming out of hiding and creating some activity, as our Q2 Cap Rate Report reveals. Note: We said “some.”…

Amanda WillisNet Lease Investors Come Off the Sidelines and Flock to Sure-Bet Deals

Cap Rate Report Q2 2020

Just a Few ‘Essential’ Sectors Unscathed Amid Widespread Volume Decline

The impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic continued to set in during the second quarter of 2020, with volume falling significantly for the second straight quarter. In Q1, at the onset of the pandemic, fear-stricken investors decreased their activity across all sectors. In Q2, with three additional months’ experience operating in a pandemic, investors are proceeding with caution in sectors that are deemed highly essential and are dominated by strong credit tenants.…

Leigh ClineCap Rate Report Q2 2020

Why More QSRs Will Consider Smaller Footprints Post-COVID-19

Commercial Property Executive

Smaller dining spaces create new opportunities for both property owners and tenants, according to Chris Maling of Avison Young.

Although some restaurants have been struggling as they largely rely on sit-down business and alcohol sales, overall, the quick-service-restaurant sector has fared well during this crisis. Before COVID-19, a majority of QSRs already offered social distancing-friendly features, such as drive-thrus, takeout/curbside pick-up, and delivery services. This gave them an advantage that no one could have predicted.…

Amanda WillisWhy More QSRs Will Consider Smaller Footprints Post-COVID-19

Expect a Brand New Retail Experience Post-COVID-19

GlobeSt.com

Change, rather than tolling the death knell for the sector, is exactly what will keep retail alive and vibrant.

It seems that the retail sector can’t catch a break. It was just a few years ago that people—otherwise in the know—were predicting the fall of brick-and-mortar at the hands (or should I say fingers?) of internet shopping.…

Amanda WillisExpect a Brand New Retail Experience Post-COVID-19

Despite the Coronavirus, Net Lease Investors Still Have an Appetite for QSRs. Here’s Why.

GlobeSt.com

Despite the fact that national QSR chains are reporting an average dip in sales of about 25% in the coronavirus, their NOIs have not changed significantly.

Quick service restaurants continue to remain resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic. While overall sales are down across all dining sectors, QSRs have been the most popular restaurant choice for consumers looking to feed their families at a reasonable price during this challenging time.…

Traci BidingerDespite the Coronavirus, Net Lease Investors Still Have an Appetite for QSRs. Here’s Why.