Why STNL?

Single Tenant Net Lease Properties - 6% to 9% annual rate of return with low risk

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  • Recently Remodeled Burger King STNL Available Now in Fairmont West Virginia

    Burger King - STNL Property - 6.5% ROI

  • Tire Kingdom STNL Available Now in Jacksonville Florida

    Tire Kingdom - STNL Property - 6.5% ROI

  • Absolute NNN Walgreens STNL Available Now in Jefferson City Tennessee

    Walgreens NNN - STNL Property - 6% ROI

  • New Construction Advance Auto Parts STNL Available Now in Harrisonville Missouri

    Advance Auto - STNL Property - 6.25% ROI

  • New Family Dollar Store STNL Available Now in Bennettsville South Carolina

    Family Dollar - STNL Property - 7.5% ROI

What is a STNL?


Single Tenant Net Lease Property


STNL, or Single Tenant Net Lease Properties, are those that are leased and occupied by a single tenant for the duration of the lease term. Lease terms generally range from 10 to 20 years. Examples of some of the tenants that occupy and lease these properties are McDonald’s, NAPA Auto Parts, Panera Bread, Tire Kingdom, Starbucks, Walgreens, BJ’s, Costco, Racetrac Petroleum, CVS, Rite Aid, Dollar General, Chick-fil-A, Verizon, AT&T, FedEx, and, any number of others you pass by every day.


The majority of these companies’ locations are not owned by the entity whose name is on the sign. Most are leased from investors, like you.


As an owner of a STNL property, you receive the monthly rent and the lease generally require the tenant, not the landlord, pay ALL of the additional expenses associated with the property such as operating expenses, taxes, insurance, repair and utilities. This means as the landlord you have little or no ongoing costs or management responsibilities..


In addition, since this type of investment is secured by the collateral of a long-term lease with a very strong tenant, and the underlying real estate, they are very low risk.


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