While triple net lease (NNN) properties still continue to break prerecession prices, investors’ appetites for NNN properties continue drive up prices and compress cap rates to new historical all-time lows.
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With cap rates being compressed by higher demand than the market can supply, net leased properties such as JPMorgan Chase, Dollar Tree, McDonald’s, Walgreens and many alike are experiencing new all-time low cap rates in the low 4% or 5% range, according to Nathan Diones, Broker and president of Regioncy Real Estate, a commercial real estate brokerage, based in Yucaipa, CA.
With the looming threat of interest rates on the rise, investors have been gobbling up all types of net leased products consisting of retail, office and industrial. If the Feds decide to raise interest rates prior to the end of 2015, we could see a pullback on sales until the market adjusts to the new rates.