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Cap Rate Report

The quarterly Cap Rate Report is an overview of STNL cap rates, providing overall information as well as cap rates broken down by sectors. VIEW

Florida Net Lease Report

The Florida Net Lease Cap Rate Report is produced in conjuction with Beshears & Associates and gives an overview of the current Florida market. VIEW

Credit Rating Report

Updated information on the most common rated and unrated tenants in Net Lease – a report providing current S&P and Moody’s ratings with notes on relevant market changes. VIEW

Latest Reports

February 21, 2017

As the economy has recovered from the 2009 recession, the service industry has expanded rapidly. The automotive sector has been steadily growing over the years with the expectation of more growth in the future, particularly for the auto parts industry. This is attributed to consumers maintaining vehicles longer, creating opportunities for dual-store retailers catering to “Do It Yourself” (DIY) consumers and “Do It For Me” (DIFM) service providers such as AutoZone, O’Reilly Auto Parts and Advance Auto Parts. read more


January 25, 2017

2016 ended with rising interest rates following the presidential election. Cap rates followed a similar trend with an increase of 18 bps for Q4. This was the first increase in single tenant net lease (STNL) since Q4 2015.
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October 14, 2016

The third quarter of 2016 saw cap rates follow a similar pattern from the beginning of the year. There has been a gradual decrease of 7.5 bps drop from the last quarter and a 20 bps drop year-to-date.  read more


September 22, 2016

Updated information on the most common rated and unrated tenants in Net Lease – a report providing current S&P and Moody’s ratings with notes on relevant market changes. VIEW


August 25, 2016

Florida continues to be a highly sought after market for the net lease investors. The flow of capital into Florida’s commercial real estate section has been primarily fueled by the investors’ desire to find a safe haven for their investment dollars. VIEW


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