Source: Bisnow

Internet competition has eviscerated portions of the retail sector, but many dollar store brands keep expanding, and investor interest remains steady. The overall second quarter asking cap rate for dollar stores was 7.1%, unchanged compared to the same period in 2018, according to the latest Net Lease Dollar Store report by The Boulder Group.
“The stability of the sector can be attributed to the majority of the supply of listed properties being new construction as the sector continues to develop stores at a rapid pace,” The Boulder Group President  Randy Blankstein said. 
Wilmette, Illinois-based Boulder defines the dollar store net lease market as free-standing…

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