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Overall, the C-Store sector performed above average compared to other major property types throughout the recession.  In the depths of 2008-2009, all property types struggled with valuations and sales, however today the market has rebounded quite well.  Further, as gasoline remains a staple of the American consumer, C-stores have been a popular target for “necessity based” retail type investors, similar to pharmacy and grocery store sites.  With rental increases either annually or every 5 years a fairly standard term in C-store leases, current owners have been able to achieve real appreciation in the value of their property through the combination of rental growth and cap rate compression.

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