Time To Lock In Returns

Contributing Author: Sean O’Shea

There has been a lot of discussion, recently, in broader investment circles, that we have come through ten years since the “Great Recession of 2008-2009,” and that some scale of a Recession is on the horizon, whether Q4 2019 or mid 2020, which suggests, a round of “defensive investing” may be in order.

Having come through this period of historically compressed cap rates (higher prices) across all asset classes, none has been more pronounced than the NNN retail sector of the real estate investment industry.

Immediately after the Great Recession, when debt sources were becoming more diverse, both debt and equity were available, in abundance, in the multi-family or recycled housing sector, since you had a new captive audience of former home owners (newly created renters) who, in some markets, actually rented their own prior homes from their new hedge fund landlords, who had swooped in and bought up bank REO assets en masse in certain markets like Phoenix.

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