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Cap rates for net lease banks and Bank of America specifically are at their lowest point in eight years. So far in 2014, net lease banks have averaged a cap rate of 5.93% while Bank of America averaged an even lower 5.06%. For comparison, in 2007 at the height of the previous real estate boom, banks averages 6.08% and Bank of America 5.54%. A 15 and 48 basis point difference respectively.

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