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Net Lease Report – Pharmacy Sector

Amongst the various sectors in the net lease world, the pharmacy sector continues to be a reliable and safe area for investors to put their money. Factors such as long-term leases with guarantees from rated companies and multiple options for the tenant to extend their lease all point to why investors are drawn into the pharmacy sector. Currently we have Walgreens, CVS, and Rite Aid as the three largest tenants in the sector, each with their own draw for people looking to get involved in the sector.…

Leigh ClineNet Lease Report – Pharmacy Sector

Investment Returns for Net Leases End Year on Flat Note

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But Fast Food and Pharmacies Remain Good Bets

Owning a building housing a fast food restaurant or a pharmacy got a little pricier last year. But all in all, average yields on “net lease” properties remained relatively flat in 2018.…

Amanda WillisInvestment Returns for Net Leases End Year on Flat Note

The Continued Strength of the Retail Pharmacy Sector

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Think about your neighborhood retail pharmacy. Perhaps it’s a stand-alone Walgreens on a busy street corner, or a CVS on a pad site, shadow-anchored by a big-box retailer. If you’re anything like the average consumer, this pharmacy offers a handy location for prescriptions, health and beauty products, and groceries.

If investors are anything like the average net lease property owner, they might find …

Amanda WillisThe Continued Strength of the Retail Pharmacy Sector

Net Lease Report – Pharmacy Sector

The pharmacy sector has remained attractive to net lease investors because it offers assets with long-term leases, backed by financially strong companies, in an industry that people will rely on for years to come.…

Traci BidingerNet Lease Report – Pharmacy Sector

Investors Continue to Chase Net Lease Cap Rates

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The two sectors at either end of the cap-rate change spectrum in Q3 were dollar stores, up 45.1 bps, and pharmacies, which posted a -29.3 shift.

Cap rates’ upward trend continued in the third quarter with an 8-point basis gain, according to to Calkain Research’s Q3 Cap Rate report. Furthermore the trend shows no sign of abating, Calkain goes on to say.

The two sectors at either end of the cap-rate change spectrum this quarter are dollar stores, up 45.1 bps, and pharmacies, which posted a -29.3 shift.…

Amanda WillisInvestors Continue to Chase Net Lease Cap Rates

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.…

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

A Sector-by-Sector Look At Net Lease Cap Rates

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For the first half of this year, the average cap rate rose in nine out of the 11 net lease subsectors compared to the same period last year, according to the Calkain Cos.’ Semi-Annual Net Lease Report.…

Amanda WillisA Sector-by-Sector Look At Net Lease Cap Rates

Net Lease Report – Pharmacy Sector

The pharmacy sector has tracked closely with the Single Tenant Net Lease (STNL) average. Pharmacies have typically been considered steady investment properties. The medicine they sell keep customers coming back to refill prescriptions. Recently, Rite Aid has been struggling, Walgreens has been expanding, and CVS started the process to acquire Aetna.

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