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Tenant Profile – Hardee’s

Wilber Hardee opened his first restaurant in Greenville, North Carolina in 1960. Five months after opening, Hardee’s had its first franchisee. This burger chain has grown at an impressive rate, opening its 1,000th restaurant in just 15 years of business.

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What Will Rite Aid Divestitures Mean for Net Lease Investors?


When a retailer announces that it will sell off about 1,200 stores in order to take its business to the next level, these days the assumption is that the company is struggling to stay afloat and needs to quickly shed excess weight and curb costs.

In Walgreens Boots Alliance’s case, however, the sale of more than 1,000 Rite Aid locations will help the former meet regulatory approvals before completing its planned $7.4 billion merger and expanding its footprint across the United States.

The deal was announced in October 2015, and was recently amended to reflect Walgreens’ plan to sell off …

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Cap Rate Report Q3 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. 

Traci BidingerCap Rate Report Q3 2016

2016 Florida Net Lease Report Presented at ICSC Conference’s Special Industry Group

Tampa, FL – Earlier this week, Calkain attended the ICSC Florida Conference and Deal Making show in Orlando, Florida. For the second year in a row, Calkain facilitated the Special Industry Group (SIG) session on Net Lease Development and Sales.

Having worked with ICSC since the inception of this SIG program, David Sobelman, Executive Vice President and Managing Partner at Calkain, stated

The net lease sector continues to be a focus for investors with growing interest in net lease from all retail real estate practitioners. Net lease is a true industry sector, not just a niche topic for a select

Emily Cusmano2016 Florida Net Lease Report Presented at ICSC Conference’s Special Industry Group

Cap Rate Report Q2 2016

Overall cap rates remained largely stable. Big-box and educational sectors showed a decline in cap rates quarter over quarter. Q2 2016 average lease term remaining fell by one (1) year in comparison to Q1 2016. VIEW

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Cap Rate Report Q1 2016

Transaction volume for Q1 2016 was slightly higher than it was for Q4 2015. Overall cap rates for Single Tenant Net Lease (STNL) properties remained stable for many sectors, particularly for the dollar store and pharmacy sectors. VIEW

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