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As Competition Intensifies, Net Lease Investors Probe Secondary Markets for Deals

With demand in the net lease market tightly constricted, investors looking for opportunities are being forced to take a fresh look at secondary and tertiary markets just to find any possibilites to invest.

“There’s still a lack of product out there, and if you want to put money on the streets you have to look at secondary and tertiary markets, or you just won’t be putting any money on the street,” says Jon Hipp, president of Calkain Compa

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