Competition Increases in Net Lease Market


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CHICAGO—Cap rates for the single tenant net lease properties slid down in the third quarter, continuing a long-term decline that has now lasted nearly five years. As more investors entered the competition for properties, the retail and office sectors reached new historic lows of 6.25% and 7.25% respectively, and the industrial rate fell slightly to 7.59%, according to a new report from the Boulder Group, a net lease investment brokerage firm located in suburban Chicago.

“The net lease sector as a whole is becoming more popular,” Randy Blankstein, president of Boulder, tells GlobeSt.com. He attributes much of this popularity to demographics. A lot of people are on the verge of retirement and have started looking for investments which promise higher yields than bonds, and net lease retail properties are especially well-suited for this group…

Competition Increases in Net Lease Market

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