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casual dining

Growth Is Key : Casual Dining & Fast Casual Market Report

DATE November 14, 2016 / Author

In 2010, the big five of casual dining were all trading roughly 150 – 200 bps higher than where they are currently. Even in today’s market, where most net lease properties are experiencing a stabilization of their cap rates, casual dining rates are still compressing much less than we’ve seen in recent years. Chipotle and […]

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Auto repair industry report

Retail Auto Repair Industry Market Report

DATE November 8, 2016 / Author

Acquisitions, consolidation, and activist investors have shaken up the playing field in the Retail Auto Repair Industry. Wall Street is getting into the action among the national incumbents. Everyone has quickly realized there are huge profit opportunities from consolidation and expansion in the Industry. Most of the large incumbents: Pep Boys, Firestone, TBC Corporation, Goodyear, […]

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Convenience Stores Real Estate Future Outlook Market Report

DATE November 1, 2016 / Author

The convenience stores market remains incredibly strong as investor demand continues its bullish trend towards 7-Eleven, Circle K, Wawa, & QuikTrip assets. Convenience store retailers remain in expansion mode as they attempt to strengthen their respective positions in markets throughout the country. Since 2011, 7-Eleven has been one of the most aggressive convenience store chains […]

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Net Lease QSR Market Report

DATE October 25, 2016 / Author

With Fast Casual concepts biting at the opportunity to take down their competitors in both the QSR and Casual Dining space, it is clear that the top brands in the QSR (quick serve restaurant) space have continued to find ways to innovate. Mid-range fast casual concepts are struggling to keep pace with trends such as […]

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Auto Parts Stores Lead Retail Market Sector Report

DATE October 17, 2016 / Author

Currently, cap rates are stabilizing for the major auto parts stores. During the last 12 months, we have not seen cap rates drop for auto parts retailers, with the exception of stores located in strong markets. Research seems to suggest that it’s worth paying a premium for a well-located store, as the arbitrage isn’t nearly […]

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