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GlobeSt. – A new report from Colliers forecasts that investment-grade triple-net tenants should produce higher leveraged returns for investors over the next several years. Properties anchored by recession-resistant tenants – like dollar stores and pharmacies – are drawing particular interest.
NYTimes – Perspective from HNW investors underscores the appeal of individual commercial real estate assets during volatile times. Multifamily and suburban office are in focus for some wealthy individuals. With a platform like EquityMultiple, however, exclusive opportunities can be accessed at low minimums, without “putting all eggs in one basket.”
Craines New York – While the pandemic has presented challenges to the senior/assisted living industry, demand for the product continues to increase commensurate with the senior population. Community activities are essential for many assisted living tenants, especially those who have grown accustomed to the social and cultural amenities of gateway cities. Quality operators are poised to capitalize on increased demand in the coming years, provided that they can offer sufficient safety and sanitization protocols.
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