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.
SIG brokers handled the transaction for a large Safeway NNN lease in Santa Rosa, finding a new buyer quickly when nearby wildfires caused an existing deal in escrow to fall through.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts-and creative solutions in times of natural disaster. In this deal, lead SIG broker Dan Hoogesteger, along with co-broker Andrew Chana, were able to successfully find a new buyer for the large grocery property after California wildfires nearby caused an existing buyer to back out on the last day of their contingency. The second time around, the transaction was seamless, and escrow closed quickly. Read more
Triple net real estate is very beneficial to investors who are looking for a relatively low-risk investment (with little to no involvement as a landlord) that provides solid, predictable returns over the long-term.
NNN locations tied to established brands like Starbucks can be especially coveted in net lease real estate because they typically come with a recognizable brand, premium locations, and the potential for growing returns as the property owner. Read more
SIG brokers handled a transaction on a California AutoZone NNN for sale, meeting seller expectations and bringing in a buyer who wanted to add an automotive property to their investment portfolio.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. In this deal, SIG co-brokers John Cigliano and Adam Scherr were able to successfully find the right buyer, while meeting seller expectations, on an automotive property.
Net lease real estate offers an array of benefits for investors who are looking for a stable source of income, without the bulk of expenses and landlord duties that come along with property ownership. In a triple net lease, the tenant assumes the majority of expenses associated to the property (in addition to monthly triple net rent) where they’ll operate their business, such as:
- Maintenance and Repairs
An industrial gross lease (also called a modified gross lease in some markets) is a type of commercial real estate contract that is often used to create a mutually beneficial deal between the property owner and the tenant on an industrial or warehouse property. In an industrial gross lease, the tenant is responsible for some (but not all) of the operating expenses of the property, which they pay to the property owner in addition to their agreed upon monthly rent.
SIG brokers handled a transaction for recurring developer client who wanted to acquire a big box property as part of their investment portfolio.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to leverage top listings, lending, and marketing efforts. In this deal, SIG co-brokers Kaveh Ebrahimi, Chris Naylon, Zach Martin and Cory Haqq were able to successfully find the right buyer for a Walmart triple net lease by leveraging their marketing techniques and extensive network of investors.
Triple net lease real estate is popular for investors who want to add a low-risk, low-touch property that brings in consistent revenue each month over a long-term period. In a triple net (or NNN) lease, 3 important financial responsibilities (each represented by “N”) are typically included and outlined it the contract:
- Insurance Premiums
- Maintenance, Repairs and Upkeep
But each deal is as unique as the property itself, so it’s important to know these three aspects of NNN expenses (from the standpoint of an investor and a tenant) to make sure you choose the best investment for your portfolio. Read more
SIG broker handled a deal for an investor who wanted to acquire a local Bank of America property for their portfolio.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to successfully diversify your investment portfolio. SIG broker Max Freedman successfully closed a deal on a Bank of America location in Centennial, Colorado.
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.
Net lease real estate is rich in opportunity for both property owners (who can obtain a steady income steam on their investment) and the tenants (who occupy a space where they run their business). There are different variations of net lease deals, in which the tenant and the property owner will each have different financial responsibilities for the property. These various net lease deal types typically fall into one of three categories, which, in order of popularity, are: Triple Net (NNN) Lease, Double Net Lease, and Single Net Lease.
Triple net lease real estate is popular among investors who want to create a stable income stream from regular, triple net rent in their portfolio. Triple net leases typically offer such an opportunity by providing long-term earning potential without the obligations that typically come along with being a landlord, such as taxes, insurance, or maintenance on the building to keep it in top operational order.
SIG brokers handled a new loan for a recurring developer client who wanted to acquire a casual dining property as part of their investment portfolio, but the seller needed to wait 6 months to close on the deal for tax purposes.
When the goal is growing an investment portfolio with specific properties, you can’t trust a typical real estate agency to walk you through the process. SIG is a commercial real estate brokerage firm with a wealth of experience helping clients find, secure, and purchase properties to round out their investment portfolio.
A modified net lease is a deal variation or compromise that usually falls somewhere between the terms of a gross lease and a triple net lease. Each modified net lease contract is unique to the property, but there is generally a split of financial responsibilities between the property owner and the tenant to make the deal beneficial on both sides.
SIG brokers handled a new deal and loan for a recurring client by helping the developer secure financing quickly to compete successfully for a sought-after, big box retail location in South Carolina.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way for developers to acquire the highly sought-after, big box locations they want to add to their investment portfolios. Lead SIG broker Dan Hoogesteger, along with co-brokers, Andrew Chana and Chris Sands, successfully led one of SIG’s recurring clients through an acquisition of a big box retail location, up against multiple bids.
SIG brokers handled a 1031 Exchange deal for a recurring investor who wanted to acquire a fast food restaurant as part of their investment portfolio.
Working with SIG brokers is the best way to maximize opportunities during a portfolio acquisition of new properties and handle complex 1031 Exchange property transaction. Lead SIG broker Amanda Reeves, along with co-broker Doug Roland successfully led one of SIG’s private west coast clients through a 1031 Exchange deal to acquire a fast food property in Alabama.