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There are many factors to net lease that lend this market to sellers—a distinct lack of product being one of them. With an abundance of cheap capital and steady returns, net lease is fast becoming the vehicle of choice for private and institutional investors. Trends point to larger transactions as institutions are emboldened, moving outside their traditional investment landscapes and in some cases considering the real estate to be as important as the credit of the tenant. Still, the traditional net lease format remains the norm, with credit tenants and lease terms at the forefront of decision making—the proverbial kicking of the tires still a popular way to lend credibility and comfort to a transaction.

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