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Envoy: Demand for Net Lease to Quickly Outpace Supply in 2021

 

Ralph Cram, President of Envoy Net Lease Partners, LLC, is seeing dramatic change in the net lease space in 2021: in the past couple months he’s seen cap rates with 25 to 35 basis point drops on active deals, increased 1031 exchange activity and robust interest in net-lease properties.

“What we’ve really seen in the last six months is the demand for investment-grade, net-lease properties has skyrocketed — partly because people aren’t buying nonessential or non-investment-grade tenants.”

There is a supply constraint though: with many 2020 projects delayed, Cram anticipates 12 months before supply can reach the market — making for a tight market.

Finance criteria for net lease clients, construction loan programs, development risks, outlining the process for lending overall  and 2021 goals are concepts covered in this video interview for Finance Insight.


This article is posted as part of REBusinessOnline’s Finance Insight seriesClick here to subscribe to the Finance Insight newsletter, a four-part newsletter series, followed by video interviews delivered to your inbox in March.

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