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Cap rates for net lease retail properties continued to remain low at the close of summer 2013. Segments such as Banks, C-Stores and Pharmacies sporting some of the lowest average rates. Investors have begun to be bolder in regards to their investment criteria as top tier assets remain in short supply and high demand. However, the future of net lease retail development seems to shine bright from the multiple reports of new developments finally breaking ground this year and into the next. More product and higher interest rates will eventually force cap rates up but for now they remain low. 

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