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Smaller Formats, Huge Investment Potential

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We are entering “the incredible shrinking store format” period. Thanks to the increasing popularity of e-commerce and changing tastes of shoppers, retailers are shuttering low-performing outlets and reducing real estate footprints.

Target is expanding in densely populated areas with smaller-format stores, typically 12,000 – 40,000 square feet. These smaller-format stores are a far cry from the retail company’s suburban, full-size, 130,000 square-foot, centers.  Target is not alone in the size reduction, Walmart, Kohl’s, and Nordstrom are also experimenting with smaller

Amanda WillisSmaller Formats, Huge Investment Potential

What is Really Happening with Bank-CRE Lending?

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There is nothing ambiguous about CBRE’s recently released report, “Commercial Real Estate Lending Market Remains Robust.” According to CBRE’s Lending Momentum Index, an index that tracks the pace of U.S. commercial loan closings, Q2 2018 numbers have kept pace with those reported in the first quarter. CBRE also indicated that banks accounted for almost half of the non-agency lending volume that closed during the second quarter.

Amid all the good news, the report also said that, “compared to a year ago, June …

Amanda WillisWhat is Really Happening with Bank-CRE Lending?

As QSR Cap Rates Continue to Decline, What’s Behind the Premium for this Sector?

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This premium to the STNL average is driven by their leases, locations, and insulation from ecommerce. The typical QSR lease is long (15 to 20 years), with no landlord responsibilities, and rental increases during the base term. QSRs usually operate in buildings with strong real estate fundamentals, good visibility from roads with high traffic counts. These factors not only help the tenant, but make the property attractive to investors.…

Amanda WillisAs QSR Cap Rates Continue to Decline, What’s Behind the Premium for this Sector?

New Calkain Division Targets Institutional, Private-Market Clients

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Founder, President & CEO Jonathan Hipp, describes how existing relationships and shifting market dynamics led him to start the brokerage’s capital markets group—NetCMG—in June, along with his plans for growing the new business line.

In June, Founder, President & CEO of Calkain Cos. Jonathan Hipp tapped existing relationships to start NetCMG, the firm’s capital markets division, and the timing couldn’t have been better. This year’s introduction of tax reform has helped in making sale-leaseback transactions more attractive for corporations—and increasingly lucrative for NetCMG. In the following exclusive interview, Hipp describes the industry trends he’s been following and his plans …

Amanda WillisNew Calkain Division Targets Institutional, Private-Market Clients

Rite-Aid on its Own: What it Means for Real Estate Investors

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In February 2018, Albertsons Companies announced that it would acquire the Rite Aid Corporation. The plan was for Albertsons’ to acquire all of the locations not included in Walgreens’ purchase of 2,186 stores. This would have added approximately 2,400 pharmacies to Albertsons, which then wanted to rebrand its other pharmacies to the Rite Aid name.…

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Calkain Negotiates $15.6M Sale of Property Net Leased to Publix in Northern Virginia

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FREDERICKSBURG, VA. — Calkain Cos. LLC has arranged the $15.6 million sale of a property net leased to Publix in Fredericksburg, a town in northern Virginia. The 49,098-square-foot store, located at 9601 Jefferson Davis Highway, opened in July. …

Amanda WillisCalkain Negotiates $15.6M Sale of Property Net Leased to Publix in Northern Virginia

What Will Net Lease Look Like in 10 Years?

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Two distinct types of changes are occurring in the net lease market, cyclical and fundamental. Cyclical change, as the name suggests, comes in cycles, is repeated and predictable, while fundamental change constantly progresses and alters the industry forever.…

Amanda WillisWhat Will Net Lease Look Like in 10 Years?

Calkain Arranges Sale of the Publix Super Market in Fredericksburg, VA

Publix Super Markets’ Northernmost Store in Fredericksburg, VA Sells for Nearly $15.57 Million

Herndon, VA – Calkain Companies LLC, a boutique STNL brokerage firm, has recently closed on the sale of a net-leased Publix Super Market for $15,568,085.  This 49,098 square foot store, located at 9601 Jefferson Davis Highway in Fredericksburg, VA, is the northernmost store for the chain.  Having just opened this July, the new Publix is part of Cosner’s Corner, home to a Super Target and Kohl’s.  …

Traci BidingerCalkain Arranges Sale of the Publix Super Market in Fredericksburg, VA

Net Lease Breaks Tradition with the Typical CRE Summer Slowdown

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Summertime generally means hot weather and time off. For commercial real estate, summertime can also mean transactional slowdowns. While technology helps move contracts and closings along, the consensus is that buying and selling becomes a trickle between Memorial Day and Labor Day.…

Amanda WillisNet Lease Breaks Tradition with the Typical CRE Summer Slowdown

Did Amazon’s Acquisition Of Whole Foods Alter The Net Lease Grocery Sector?

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While the grocery industry is undergoing changes in tenant mix, technology, and customer trends, the acquisition of Whole Foods by Amazon did not have a noticeable effect on grocery sector.

It was big news when Amazon announced they were buying Whole Foods. Amazon was expected to ramp up their fresh food and cut prices in Whole Foods. Speculations about what this meant for the internet giant and future of the grocery industry ran wild. We wanted to look at a few measurable effects in the net lease market in the 12 months before the announcement of the acquisition and from …

Amanda WillisDid Amazon’s Acquisition Of Whole Foods Alter The Net Lease Grocery Sector?