CF Net Lease Portfolio 8
Cantor Fitzgerald Net Leased Portfolio 8 is an investment in 17 single tenant retail properties located in 5 different states. Each of the locations is operated by a Walgreens Co.
- Year 1 Cash Flow 6.50%
- Initial Occupancy 100.00%
- Est. Time Horizon 10 years
- Yr 1. Cap Rate to Investors 5.60%
- Investor Purchase Price $101,815,596
- Total Offering Size $42,598,000
The loan totals $59,217,596 and is from Cantor Commercial Real Estate Lending LP. There are two separate loans on the properties with the same terms. Each is for a term of 15 years with 10 years of interest only payments. The loan will enter hyper-amortization for the final 5 years of the hold term. The interest rate is fixed at 4.593% for the interest only period of the loan. When the loan enters the hyper-amortization phase the interest rate is 3% + the greater of 4.593% or the 10 years SWAP yield on the first business day after December 1, 2026.
- Yr. 1 DSCR 2.07
- Loan-to-Value 58.16%
- Hold Period DSCR 2.12
Walgreens is an investment grade tenant which should decrease the potential risk of default on lease payments at each of the locations in this investment.
The remaining lease term is for 14.6 years and each lease has renewal options and rent escalations of 5% each 5 years of the term including a portion of the extension options.
The properties are spread across 5 different states which helps geographically diversify this investment and protect against regional disaster.
Walgreens has the right of first refusal on all properties in this portfolio, which may lead to a potential buyer to delay their process or even choose to not make an offer on the properties.
The loan enters a period of hyper-amortization during the final 5 years of the loan term. This will mean that the trust will not pay any distributions to the investors and rather use the cash flow from the property to pay down the hyper-amortization on the loan.
This investment has a relatively low breakeven cap rate (5.73%) which will make it more difficult for the trust to return all of the investors original capital at the time of sale.
The population numbers at 7 of the properties are below 50K in the 5-mile radius. This makes it likely that these locations will see less traffic and have a lower sales count. This affects the trust due to the fact that if Walgreens as a parent company decides to close these stores the trust may be negatively affected.
As the remaining lease term drops below 10 years, the sales value of the properties may diminish significantly due to the remaining amount of income guaranteed by the leases decreasing. However, the trust has the ability to sell the properties at any point should they feel it would maximize value.
There is a potential merger between Rite Aid and Walgreens that may affect the trust negatively should some of the properties that are located in local markets with a Rite Aid cease to operate. If more than 25% of the stores cease operations, the lender will enter a cash management sweep and will take all cash that is coming from the properties.
About Cantor Fitzgerald
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