Though institutional players have increasingly been entering the net-lease market, advisors say that interest among individuals remains strong, as investors seek the greater control and stability offered by net-lease properties.
Whereas investors in REITs must give up control over the particular properties their money goes into, direct investors can form “mini-REITs” of their own composition, says Rahul Sehgal, Chief Investment Officer for Inland Pri
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