National Real Estate Investor
Fannie and Freddie’s Fate Becomes Clearer
Congress may actually pass legislation this spring to break up mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Net Lease Investors Veer Off the Conventional Path
Fitness centers, education facilities and specialty medical buildings that emerged as alternative netassets a few years ago are showing up in more property portfolios as investors hunt for yield in an increasingly crowded conventional net lease market. Investors may not consider the properties part of the net lease mainstream yet, but the growing momentum suggests that perceptions could soon change: Non-traditional assets are starting to trade with more frequency and, subsequently, capitalization rates have started to compress, say net lease experts.