Net Leases Cap Rates Continue to Fall


In spite of predictions to the contrary, average cap rates for net leased retail properties compressed another 25 basis points from the first to the second quarter of 2012, according to a new report from The Boulder Group, a Northbrook, Ill.-based firm specializing in the single tenant net leased sector. Retail was the most favored asset class among net lease investors, while cap rates on office properties rose 25 basis points and on industrial properties six basis points, to above 8 percent.

Also, the bid-ask gap for retail assets has narrowed by six basis points, to 26 basis points in the second quarter.


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