Mergers Re-Align Convenience-Store Rankings (5/31/2019) - M&As dominate the headlines for the convenience-store (C-Store) sector. For instance, 7-Eleven, offering everything from Big Gulps to gas (that is not a comment on their food offerings) now tops the list of stores by number since it bought some 1,000 units from Sunoco last year. With a AA-minus credit rating, 7-Eleven now operates 9200
Tampa FL NNN real estate brokers The Net Lease Resolution for 2019: Expect More of the Same (1/25/2019) - Unlike most of us, there was no rich celebration of the new year for the net lease sector. No massive resolutions, in fact, not much change at all. If there is a watchword for 2019, it seems to be expect more of the same, at least in terms of the cap rate picture. In fact,
STNLs–A Win-Win Lease Structure for Tenant and Owner Alike (11/9/2018) - It’s official. The National Real Estate Investor just dubbed the Single-Tenant Net Lease sector “the bedrock of commercial real estate investment.” What’s more, the commercial real estate website went on to predict that “all signs point to the sector remaining in solid shape for the foreseeable future.” Little wonder. There are subtle nuances to the
3 Reasons to Invest in a Triple Net Lease (7/12/2018) - Think about any free-standing business—pharmacies, banks, your local Starbucks—and there’s a good chance they’re under a triple net lease agreement.  Also known as NNN leases, this subcategory of net leases tends to be the most commonly utilized net lease agreement for commercial and retail space, and for good reason.
Federal Interest Rates and the Impact on Net Lease (7/10/2018) - The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 and signaled that two additional increases would occur by year’s end. Officials believe the economy to be strong enough to withstand the rise in borrowing costs without stunting the economic growth we’re experiencing.  So how does this impact net lease? The Fed has long
Why do Triple-Net Financial Investments? (6/15/2018) - Many free-standing, specialized buildings are leased to household name brands under a triple net lease agreement. Some examples of these include CVS Pharmacy, Taco Bell, Dollar General, Wells Fargo Banks, and more. In a NNN lease agreement, the tenant is solely responsible for all the costs related to the asset being leased. This would include
Net Lease as an Alternate Fixed Income Revenue (6/15/2018) - There are many forms of a net lease, ranging from single to triple. The differences between the three all lie within the expenses that the tenant is responsible for paying on the asset. The three categories in question are taxes, insurance, and maintenance costs. In a single net lease, the tenant pays only one of
Assessing the Risk and Return Profile (3/29/2018) - Defining the pattern and sources of return for commercial real estate as a distinct asset class is important, but investors typically hold portfolios of properties that differ markedly from the broad asset class1. Real estate investors often employ significant amounts of leverage, may concentrate their holdings in a few properties or locales, or take on
NNN Dialysis Clinics for your Portfolio’s Health (12/27/2017) - Mention the words “triple net properties,” and what could come to mind are the Starbucks down the street, or the Dollar General store across town. In truth, most property types can have triple net tenants. Smaller medical assets, in fact are attractive net lease investments. Stand-alone urgent care centers, surgical centers and plasma clinics can
Differences between STNL vs other forms of investing (11/28/2017) - Single Tenant Net Lease (STNL) assets are illiquid investments with high transaction costs. Attempting to navigate the market requires the help of a seasoned broker, and any attempts to exit the market takes time, the purchasing party will conduct their due diligence on the property during the escrow period. So why do people continue to
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