Does Owning a Multi-Tenant Property Help Balance a Portfolio?
In this video, Joel, Principal Broker of NNN Invest, discusses if this type of property, multi-tenant, helps balance an investor’s portfolio.
Joel states that owning a multi-tenant property can produce a higher return which helps to balance out risks that may be included within your portfolio.
Should I add this type of property to my portfolio, will it help?
Joel believes that owning this type of property does help to balance a portfolio. He states that owning a multi-tenant property can produce a higher return which helps to balance out risks that may be included within your portfolio. You can blend the returns, such as, owning a single-tenant net lease property and owning a multi-tenant property.
What are typical cap rates for this type of investment?
With the single-tenant property, there is typically a lower cap rate and you may not have to do much on a monthly basis versus a multi-tenant property that may have a higher cap rate with a higher cash flow potential. You can also invest in a retail value add property such as a shopping center with a syndicate sponsor. This option may have less cash flow initially on the front-end but may have more equity upside on the backend. With a few different types of retail properties, you can choose and possibly achieve stronger blended cash flows but a likely safer overall portfolio of investments. Joel suggests how to structure and balance a portfolio
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