When it comes to commercial property investing, potential property owners will often see properties with different net lease types. In 2015 alone, investment in the U.S. commercial real estate market surged by 85%. Net leases are the type of real estate lease that tenants use to pay additional expenses on top of their rent. Read more
A single net lease is a commercial real estate lease agreement wherein the tenant of the property agrees to pay property taxes and rent. The property owner, or you, is then responsible for taking care of the maintenance fees and building insurance. Read more
No one chooses to start investing in commercial real estate overnight. The savvy investor conducts a lot of research into commercial leasing and triple net leasing before making any decisions, and it’s important to know with certainty that you will be able to give your investment your full commitment. Read more
Have you been considering a triple net property investment? With stock market volatility, low interest rates, and the slow recovery of the economy, demand for commercial real estate industry services has grown in recent years. In fact, the commercial real estate industry grew annually by 3.9% between 2012 and 2017. Read more
It’s been said that money can’t buy happiness, but that happiness alone can’t keep out the rain. It’s for this reason that many people choose to invest their money as a way of generating more income over time. Read more
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When savvy commercial real estate investors are looking for assets, they understand that not all lease agreements are created equally. And while a net lease is a popular choice, perhaps no lease agreement offers more benefits for property owners and investors than triple net leasing. In fact, many commercial real estate investors consider the triple net lease the most advantageous of investments. Read more
One of the most popular commercial lease types is the NNN lease, or triple net property lease. NNN properties are those where tenants pay property taxes, property insurance, and common area maintenance in addition to the lease fee. Read more
Santa Monica, CA (January 5, 2018) – HNW investors are especially attracted to single-tenant net lease deals in the retail sector. (Dan Hoogesteger quoted within article). Read more
Charleston, SC (January 1, 2018) – By Chris Sands, Founder & CEO, Sands Investment Group. When Federal Reserve officials continue to signal intent to hike interest rates, it is timely to share why net lease investment remains a steady choice for investors seeking stable wealth creation options to further diversify their portfolios. Even with a stock market at historic highs, net lease investments provide a path to certainty and wealth preservation. Following are reasons why net lease has staying power despite the inevitable market corrections and varying economic cycles. Read more
Atlanta, GA (December 20, 2017) – The sector remains a popular investment type for real estate players looking for stability and consistent, long-term returns. Sands Investment Group Managing Director Andrew Ackerman reflects on 2017 and shares his 2018 outlook for the net lease space. Read more
ATLANTA, GA (March 15, 2017) – By Andrew Ackerman, Managing Director, Sands Investment Group: Now more than ever, individuals’ perceptions about the market are outweighing historical data when making transaction decisions. Read more
May 19, 2016, CHARLESTON, SC—It’s getting crowded out there. So Chris Sands of Sands Investment Group, talks to GlobeSt.com about differentiating yourself in a noisy marketplace.
February 8, 2016 – By Chris Sands, Founder, Sands Investment Group Velocity for net lease has picked right back up from where we left off in 2015. Here’s why. Read more
IRVINE, CA—An anticipated rise in interest rates will affect all sectors of commercial real estate, and net lease is no exception. In this exclusive discussion with net-lease experts, GlobeSt.com gets their take on the specific ways the sector could be impacted. Stay tuned for a more in-depth feature in Real Estate Forum on new strategies for net-lease investors. Read more
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