Net-Lease Sector 'Red Hot'

Demand for net-leased properties – particularly retail – continues to surge, which is very bullish news for owners of retail properties in general. With average retail cap-rates compressing to 6.25% for new construction, NNN leased properties, it is only a matter of time now until the cap rates on well positioned neighborhood centers begin to compress as well – particularly those with strong tenants and a solid leasing history. From the article: Investor demand for net-lease properties, those single-tenant assets often perceived as boring but safe alternatives to riskier real estate investments, is spiking to record levels as more confident investors continue to snap up convenience and drug

Multi Family Fundamentals Still Strong

An excellent piece on the state of the multi-family market from Co Star. Despite the recent surge in new construction, vacancies are lower, rents are higher, and demand shows little sign of slowing. This trend is expected to continue for at least the next several years. From the article: Despite concerns over the large number of new apartment units being built across the country and high market valuations, the multifamily rental market continues to hum and may be on track for several more years of growth, according to the latest Freddie Mac Multifamily Outlook. The multifamily sector was the first to recover following the Great Recession and new supply has been coming online at elevated le

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