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Report | Net Lease Investment Outlook - Q2 2016

Summary

​Increased product selectivity has paralleled overall net lease transaction volume declines on the heels of high deal flow in 2015-down 36.8 percent year-over-year. After cap rates hit record lows for office product in both primary and secondary markets in the first quarter of the year, they have since softened overall by 75 basis points year-over-year. Overall, net lease sees a stabilization of investment volumes after a peak year in 2015.

Investor diversification within the net lease sector has continued to shift through the second quarter of 2016 as the profile of investors and product preferences change across office, retail and industrial. Office assets with greater than 10 years of remaining lease term have traded at a 96-basis-point cap rate premium compared to the overall net lease office sector on average over the last three years and a 110-basis-point premium when tenancy is investment grade. 

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