Where does net lease stand at the moment? As cap rates compress for single tenant net lease (STNL) deals, investors are expanding their outlooks to find retail opportunities. Multi-tenant centers, particularly three-to-five-tenant strip centers, are the property types currently appealing to Jake Baratz, sales manager & vice president of retail at Taylor Street.
These traditionally second-tier net lease options are now garnering a second glance from STNL buyers and 1031 exchange buyers, especially for assets with strong tenants, long-term leases and good cashflow.
Baratz sees increasing numbers of 1031 buyers arriving from the world of multifamily. “They’re looking to capitalize on a really strong market and strong pricing there and take the opportunity to shift into something less management intensive.”
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