Triple net lease real estate offers both investors and tenants many unique opportunities and benefits, but there are also limitations that don’t necessarily outweigh the rewards of this type of commercial lease, but are important items both parties must consider before deciding if a triple net lease is the best option to fulfilling their goals.
Archive for month: July, 2019
SIG brokers handled the transaction on a Sonic NNN lease, a fast food restaurant in San Antonio, TX, selling for $125,000 above list price, days after hitting the market.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. In this deal, lead SIG broker Will Schuhmacher, along with co-brokers Max Freedman and Elan Sieder, were able to sell a fast food restaurant within days of the listing hitting the market, for well over the asking price.
Investing in triple net lease real estate is a great way to diversify your portfolio, create an income stream, and build equity all at the same time. NNN properties typically have great locations with good traffic and strong, proximal businesses in the area. This lease type also comes with a long-term, qualified business tenant in place to ensure the longevity of your investment.
SIG brokers handled a 1031 exchange transaction for a client who needed an investment property to purchase in the Discount/Dollar Store niche.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. In this deal, SIG lead broker Todd Lewis and co-broker Elan Sieder were able to successfully complete a 1031 exchange deal for an investor client purchasing a Family Dollar NNN.
Chris Sands, founder of Sands Investment Group, charts the changing nature of retailers and how some of the larger footprint concepts are adapting to e-commerce trends. Read more
Triple net lease real estate is popular among investors who want to add a consistent revenue stream to their portfolio through monthly rent payments from tenants. A key advantage in a triple net lease is that a tenant usually takes on the majority of operating costs on the property, which makes it a low-risk and low-touch investment for a property owner, with stable income each month.