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Friday, 12 October 2012

Cap Rates for Net-Leased Retail Properties Continue Decrease

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Commercial Real Estate Direct Staff Report

Capitalization rates for net-leased retail properties continued to decline, falling to 7.21 percent in September from 7.69 percent a year ago.

Supported by low interest-rates, a tight supply of available properties and strong investor demand, cap rates are at lows not seen since 2008, when they bottomed at 7.19 percent, according to a report published by Calkain Cos. and Chandan Economics.

And cap rates are expected to continue to decline until interest rates increase, according to Calkain, a Reston, Va., brokerage that...

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