Philadelphia, PA (September 11, 2019) — Sands Investment Group (SIG) is pleased to announce that Thomas Gorman has joined the firm as managing director of the new Philadelphia office slated to open in October 2019. Read more
May 15, 2019: SANTA MONICA, CA—An economic expansion approaching the longest in history means greater prosperity, of course, but it also means more investors have a ticket to the commercial real estate game, especially one like the single-tenant net lease (STNL) sector that offers many benefits and relatively easy entry. GlobeSt.com spoke to Chris Sands, founder & CEO of Sands Investment Group, a national real estate brokerage firm specializing in net lease properties, to discuss private net lease investors, deal volume and the 1031 exchange driver.
Triple net lease real estate is popular among commercial investors who are looking for properties that are relatively low-risk but offer high returns without a substantial amount of management or oversight as a landlord.
Single tenant net lease properties can be ideal investors with these investment qualifications, because you’re dealing with one property, one long-term tenant (of anywhere from 10 to 25 years depending on the lease) and one set of agreement stipulations between you and the tenant. Multi-tenant net leases, however, tend to more complex since you’ll be dealing with multiple tenants who will potentially all have different terms (and timeframes) outlined in their leases.
Market shifts and changes can have a drastic impact on your triple net property investments. From what types of buildings and businesses will be most stable and lucrative, to when and where to buy an NNN building for your portfolio, you should keep a keen eye on the market trends that are unfolding.
There are some big things underway in the realm of single tenant net leases, but trends can often be difficult to navigate as you try to determine which will be fleeting and which could have longer-lasting impacts on your NNN investments.