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Report | United States Net Lease Investment Outlook - Q4 2016


​The net lease sector is seeing broader favorability yet there is selectivity of asset profiles, driving deeper capital flows into the sector, with the profile of preferred assets stratifying more market and leasehold profiles. Institutional investors continue to favor premier net lease product, while some traditional net lease investors are adjusting investment strategies in favor of less creditworthy assets with shorter lease terms. Corporate tenant ownership strategies diverge with sale leasebacks and buybacks, as corporate buybacks reach an all-time high with compartmentalized tenant sectors.

Eleven mega deals drove net lease office sales to reach historic highs, as a slowing of industrial and retail activity drove overall net lease volumes down 18.6 percent in 2016. Cap rates trended with mild volatility throughout the year with cap rates softening by 25 basis points on average across sectors at year-end. 

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