Net Lease Trend Report
Cap rates continued to dip from September to October. 2012 continues to be marked by cap rate decline. Low interest rates, lack of product and a flight to quality are all large contributors to this decline. However, with the capital gains rate set to increase, we could see more investors willing to sell.
Overall net lease retail cap rates fell from an average of 7.21% to 6.87%. Banks had the lowest average of 6.10%% and dollar stores saw a substantial drop from 7.96% to 7.31%. All sectors surveyeyd witnessed cap rate decline, though some had more bold drops than others.
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