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Net Lease retail cap rates compressed across all sectors in November. This step down in cap rates is part of a cyclical trend seen annually – more investment activity naturally occurs at years end, increasing demand and lowering cap rates. Some of the bolder drops occurred in Pharmacies (6.92% to 6.06%) and C-Stores (6.60% to 6.23%). Both of those sectors feature high credit tenants such as Walgreens, CVS and 7-Eleven which are among the highest demanded by net lease investors.

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