Don’t forget, that in addition to the benefits of Bonus Depreciation and a stable income stream and no maintenance responsibility, you are also buying real estate! Generally speaking, there is a C-store on the best corner in every town. Companies like 7-Eleven, QuikTrip, Kum & Go, and Wawa are highly selective in their site selection criteria, and most new stores are located on a high traffic-signalized corner with great visibility and vehicle access.
7-Eleven, QuikTrip, Kum & Go, and Wawa are considered to be the most sought-after tenants in the NNN industry today and typically get first pick of these highly desirable corners throughout the U.S.
Each site must meet the strict criteria of their corporate real estate departments, including:
- Demographic requirements
- Traffic counts
- Cost, sales & profitability modeling
- competition analysis
- trade area concentration
7-Eleven, QuikTrip, Kum & Go, and Wawa are corporations with a long track record and a long-term vision. And the key component of that strategy is opening stores in locations that will be most profitable. Remember, when 7-Eleven, QuikTrip, Kum & Go, and Wawa sign a lease to open a new store they are committing to pay rent at that location for at least 15 years!
As an investor, you can rest assured that each location has been thoroughly vetted by 7-Eleven, QuikTrip, Kum & Go, and Wawa, and as a result more likely to hold its value, or appreciate with future development, than any other investment property.
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