The Capitalization Rate (or Cap Rate) is a term used heavily in the triple net lease real estate industry, and this calculation (expressed as a percentage) demonstrates the expected rate of return on a real estate investment. Cap rates are determined based on the net income a property is anticipated to generate and give investors an idea of how lucrative a triple net investment is compared to others on the market.
Archive for month: February, 2019
Sands Investment Group is pleased to announce that they’ve closed escrow on their first two net lease properties of 2019. The investment group advised and provided financing for the buyers of two highly coveted Bay Area properties — Claremont University Village and San Jose In-N-Out. Both properties closed at record low cap rates (3.2% and 4.75%, respectively) and sold for at or above list price, which is a rarity in the California net lease market. Read more
Net lease real estate offers great benefits for investors and tenants alike, and as you’re researching your commercial investment opportunities, you’re probably coming across a lot of different net lease types that you may have thought were all virtually the same, but the truth is that the type of net lease in place on an investment property actually plays a big role in what types of returns you can expect and what financial obligations you’ll have as the property owner.
Net lease properties can be extremely advantageous for investors who are looking for low-risk real estate investments that produce consistent returns over a long period of time. Not all net lease locations are created equal; they key factors in a strong net lease investment are a well located property with good access, strong traffic counts, and proximal anchor tenants.