“We see this market as being well north of $2 trillion in size, which implies a very long runway to keeping its position as the fastest growing REIT sector,” Christopher H. Volk said.
DALLAS, Texas (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
Christopher H. Volk, president and CEO of STORE Capital, will examine the overall health of the single tenant net lease market next month as a panelist at the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Triple Net Lease conference in Dallas.
Volk is one of four panelists delivering perspectives on the single tenant net lease market on March 4, 2014. The Single Tenant Net Lease Market Overview and Forecast promises to provide a wide-ranging, macro-view explanation of where the single tenant net lease industry stands and how it aims to change the commercial real estate investment landscape moving forward.
“We see this market as being well north of $2 trillion in size, which implies a very long runway to keeping its position as the fastest growing REIT sector,” Volk said. “While net lease equity has historically come from smaller retail investors, or, in the case of public REITs, some institutional investors, we are also seeing a great deal of interest in our space from large, institutional tax-exempt investors.”
The panel discussion will also cover cap rate trends, industry consolidation and the fundraising environment for the net lease sector.
Volk is a frequent speaker at real estate industry conferences, a sought-after media source and an author of numerous articles on real estate finance and financial statement analysis. Volk is credited in the industry for leading the creation of the first real estate master trust debt issuance in the United States designed to finance net lease assets. He is also the creator of the V-Formula, a revolutionary equation for analyzing businesses and the benefits of using sale-leaseback financing to grow shareholder wealth.
About STORE Capital
STORE Capital Corporation is a new-generation real estate investment trust backed by funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P., together with other institutional shareholders. STORE’s mission is to address the long-term capital needs of real estate-intensive operating businesses throughout the United States. Through tailored real estate lease and mortgage financing solutions, STORE’s aim is to create wealth for its customers by improving the capital efficiency of their businesses. http://www.storecapital.com