Feb
15

2012 Cap Rate Report Released

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According to the Calkain Companies, net lease cap rates fell by 25 basis points in 2011. The primary drivers of this trend are lack of product (especially high quality product) and an ease in lending conditions. Construction of new net lease product continues to flow at a trickle while financing has become more available – with local and regional banks competing with insurance companies for credit tenant deals. Investors have shown a willingness and ability to invest but are hindered by lack of product to satiate their demand. This lack of supply and increase in demand has forced prices up and cap rates down – many would argue that 2012 promises to be a seller’s market.

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