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
When commercial real estate investors want to acquire a new property, they often go to what they know. Their portfolios may consist of many similar types of properties. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Diversifying a real estate portfolio can be one way to ensure sustainable, steady growth over the long term. Commercial real estate investors may shy away from industrial properties for sale if they have never considered one before, but there is great growth in the industry and there can be strong returns to investors who do it right.
When considering expanding a portfolio, an investor may want to search for properties that are familiar to them. For some investors, that means multi-tenant residential properties; for others, that is retail or medical listings. However, one way to increase diversification is to go outside that comfort zone and find something completely new.
Industrial real estate is a growing industry for many real estate investors. Industrial spaces can have many uses, but they all have a few things in common: their tenants need the space to run their business and they will stay in one place for a long time. Let’s take a look at industrial spaces for sale and how these industrial properties can grow your portfolio. Read more
Shopping centers can be a great opportunity for commercial real estate investors. They offer variety in tenants, consistent income, and great potential for growth in the future. A shopping center can look very different, depending on the town or city, as well as the types of tenants the center tends to attract. Some may have a lot of chain stores, while others might have mostly local businesses. There may be a mix of retail, grocery stores, clothing stores, and furniture stores. Oftentimes, there can be many moving parts with shopping center investments, as there are usually multiple retail tenants to manage at any given time.
Whether you have medical experience or are just interested in investing in medical offices because they can make a great long-term investment, medical office properties can be a great addition to any commercial real estate portfolio. There are so many different types of medical properties that can be an asset—from small offices for private practice to large medical buildings or complexes.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. In this deal, SIG lead broker Gerald Nash, along with co-broker Nick Stockton, was able to secure a buyer for this DaVita property for sale by leveraging the SIG platform, which allowed the client to gain a 13% profit.
Why are triple net leases a good investment? Because single-tenant triple net (NNN) properties can provide some of the most reliable income streams in the commercial real estate investment industry. Period.
NNN properties provide investors with a relatively low-risk (and very low touch) option for creating a consistent, long-term revenue stream. In a triple net lease, the tenant pays an agreed upon, monthly rental amount in addition to covering a majority of operational costs associated with the property, such as: annual property taxes, insurance, and maintenance costs.