Investors who play in the 1031 exchange space prefer long-term holds as well, but they do need stabilized properties to get steady incomes and minimize risk, says Cohen. Their return targets tend to be in the 5 percent to 10 percent range and this is a segment of the market where credit tenants and long-term leases are highly prized. Single-tenant retail properties are particular favorites, including Walgreens and CVS stores. In fact, 1031 exchange buyers may be willing to pay a premium ...

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