Tag: Net Lease

Retail Bright Spots Exist for Savvy Net Lease Investors

GlobeSt.com

Don’t believe everything you read. If you do, you’re likely to make the assumption that all of retail is a vast wasteland, that bankruptcies and defaults…

Don’t believe everything you read. If you do, you’re likely to make the assumption that all of retail is a vast wasteland, that bankruptcies and defaults are the only order of the day and all a formerly vibrant shopping center is good for now is conversation to a fitness center.

Readers of this blog know better. As do readers of GlobeSt.com. In two recent articles, GlobeSt made it clear that retail investments (and for …

Amanda WillisRetail Bright Spots Exist for Savvy Net Lease Investors

Single Tenant Net Lease Activity Rebounds in Q3

GlobeSt.com

The average cap rate across net lease sectors rose 20 basis points, as the average remaining lease term dropped by half a year.

After slumping in the second quarter, single-tenant net lease sales rose 13.8% in Q3, according to the U.S. Capital Markets Net Lease Group Cap Rate Report from Avison Young.…

Amanda WillisSingle Tenant Net Lease Activity Rebounds in Q3

A Split Congress Could Bode Well for 1031s

GlobeSt.com

Real estate has always been a scapegoat for economic troubles.

As the wrangling over the Oval Office continues, there could be good news in the cards for 1031 like-kind exchange investors. And here’s why. Despite campaign promises to keep or alter 1031s, this isn’t a decision that will come from the White House alone. …

Amanda WillisA Split Congress Could Bode Well for 1031s

Amazon’s Online Pharmacy Targets Popular Net Lease Segment

GlobeSt.com

Amazon expects to generate revenue upwards of $130 billion by 2025 from this new offering.

Through the pandemic, pharmacies have been an e-commerce resistant segment of the real estate market. But that could be changing with a new announcement from Amazon.…

Amanda WillisAmazon’s Online Pharmacy Targets Popular Net Lease Segment

Tenant Profile – CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy is one of America’s largest, most profitable, and oldest retail corporations. In 1963, Ralph Hoagland partnered up with brothers, Sidney and Stanley Goldstein to open, what they called then, a chain of “Consumer Value Stores” where customers could buy affordable beauty and health supplies. Not only was the timing right, but also their idea to sell beauty and health supplies tapped into the underserved pharmaceutical retail market that has proven to be one of the most reliable, profitable, and sustainable retail investments of the last fifty years.…

Leigh ClineTenant Profile – CVS Pharmacy

Cap Rate Report Q3 2020

Essential retail sectors drive slight rebound in STNL activity

With the third quarter of 2020 drawn to a close, investors have now spent over seven months operating in a pandemic-stricken environment and have adjusted their net lease investment targets accordingly. Whereas nearly every sector saw a drop in volume between the first and second quarter, certain sectors that have experienced minimal disruption in their day-to-day business are now seeing significant rebounds in investment volume.…

Amanda WillisCap Rate Report Q3 2020

Prudent Growth Partners Bolsters Retail Portfolio

Commercial Property Executive

The company paid $4.5 million for two Dollar General and three Family Dollar stores in North Carolina.

Prudent Growth Partners has added five assets to its growing retail portfolio. The dollar stores, located throughout North Carolina, traded for a total of $4.5 million in five separate transactions.…

Amanda WillisPrudent Growth Partners Bolsters Retail Portfolio