Cap rates in the second quarter of 2015 for the single tenant net lease retail sector remained unchanged at their historic low rate of 6.40%.
Some commercial real estate investors assume that most tenants are opposed to triple net lease arrangements but that’s not necessarily true. While triple net leases do shift almost all maintenance, repair, insurance, property taxes, and other costs from real estate investors to the tenants, it also lowers the rent the tenant pays. Triple net leases […]
If nothing else, the Memphis commercial real estate market is dynamic and growing. Among other developments, new restaurants are opening, a major grocery chain has made a large land purchase, and a major building materials shopping center anchor has sold two adjacent retail buildings. New Shelby Farms Restaurant Two new restaurants are coming to Memphis. […]
Memphis commercial real estate continues showing signs of prosperity. Especially with the rebirth of the Downtown area. One strong indicator is the recent sale of the Raymond James Tower at 50 North Front Street. Noteworthy is the purchase is being made by a New York based group of private investors under the new landlord entity […]
Memphis is a major metropolitan center of the southeast. As so, there are always newsworthy developments occurring. Recent developments involve Memphis as the transportation hub of the southeast. One is taking place at Memphis international Airport and the other out on the Blues Highway (U.S. 61). Allegiant Air Offering Deep Discount Travel Airfare Long known […]
Most people start their real estate career investing in residential properties. Eventually, they look to commercial investing because it is much more profitable. Before you jump into commercial real estate there is very different information you need and a different approach compared to residential investing. Six Tips to Get You Started in Commercial Real Estate […]
For commercial real estate investors the question about the future of shopping malls continues to be unanswered. As online sales grow, it’s estimated that 400 of the once 1,100 enclosed malls across the country have either closed or been transformed for another use. Some investors believe malls will find ways to remain relevant in the […]