Wawa, a popular convenience store along the East Coast, can make a great triple net property type to add to a real estate investor’s portfolio. Convenience stores, in general, are always in demand and are found in every community across the United States. Customers will stop in on their way home from work, after filling up their car with gas, or on a road trip to grab some snacks before hitting the road again. This constant stream of customers ensures that the triple net property type can stay in business and are a worthy sale to pursue. For investors looking to add different types of retail or diversify from other types of commercial properties for sale, a triple net real estate property like Wawa offers a great way to have a credit-worthy single tenant in a fairly hands-off property type while ensuring a consistent income stream for you. Here are some tips and tricks for buying a Wawa NNN property. Read more
Archive for month: September, 2021
Triple net lease investment properties are often a great, brand new addition to an investor’s real estate portfolio. NNN properties have a few key benefits for both the landlord and the tenant that make them a popular option for commercial real estate properties. These benefits, for property owners, include less time invested as property maintenance is passed to the tenant, and fewer expenses as property taxes and insurance premiums are handled by the tenant as well. This provides a consistent income stream without a ton of added stress. Now, when investors look for NNN properties, that can mean a variety of things. Some medical offices, strip malls, dollar stores and restaurants fall under this category. Within the restaurant sector, both dine-in restaurants and fast food restaurants are often triple net leased. Read more
ATLANTA, GA – Sands Investment Group’s (SIG) Atlanta based automotive net-lease broker, Harry Archer, brokered the sale of a $13 million 8-unit Tires Plus portfolio across Atlanta and Athens, GA. Harry Archer and his team at Sands Investment Group represented the seller, a Southeast based private investor, as well as the buyer, a California-based REIT.