Like all other sectors of the commercial real estate industry, the net lease space has seen a slowdown in transactions as buyers and sellers work through their respective issues before they can strike a deal. Still, the sector remains the backbone of the CRE community and it continues to be a beacon for investors eager for its steady returns.

The beginning of the year has provided hope to participants that this year will see more transactions as buyer and sellers move to agreement on pricing and as the Federal Reserve moves forward with interest rate cuts.

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Ingrid Tunberg

Ingrid Tunberg sits on the editorial team as a coordinator and reporter for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. She is responsible for writing stories, assisting with industry awards and marketing nomination events. Previously, Ingrid worked as a copywriter across various industries throughout New York City and Chicago.