Today a 10-year government bond would yield a return of approximately 1.5 percent, while a net lease building offers returns from 5 percent to 8.5 percent or greater. There is also little risk associated with class-A net lease properties—as long as the location is good and the building is well-maintained there will always be tenants willing to sign leases even if the existing occupant leaves. This inspires greater confidence in conservative investors than the recently volatile stock market.
Net Lease Properties News for this week. NNN deal news from around the country brought to you by TMO net lease investments: Cole Forms New $2.5B REIT to Pursue Single Tenant Office, Industrial Properties ..as of December 31, 2010, real estate programs managed by affiliates of Cole owned approximately 50 single-tenant, long-term net lease corporate […]
What is a Triple Net Lease? Here is a quick summary of the triple net lease definition: A lease in which the lessee (tenant) pays rent to the lessor (landlord), as well as all taxes,insurance, and maintenance expenses that arise from the use of the property. The base rent is “net” to the landlord and […]
This Week’s Net Lease Properties News We stay updated on what is happening in the NNN market and thought you would want to also. Here are some of the top stories this week from around the country. If you don’t feel like reading it, simply call Thomas and he can tell you about it: 1.866.539.1777. […]