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StackSource is the best way to find debt financing for your triple net retail real estate. Our technology instantly connects you with the right lenders and gives you the confidence to close your deal quickly. Get started by creating your online loan request in just 10 minutes. Your StackSource Capital Advisor will guide you through the lending process and negotiate with lenders to get you the best terms.

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There’s been a counter-trend in the Retail asset class that’s outperformed all the struggling brick and mortar. That counter-trend revolves around NNN Retail properties — those buildings whose property taxes, property insurance, and common area maintenance are paid by the tenant. They’ve performed splendidly over the last several years, largely immune to the harsh conditions killing off fondly-remembered retail chains.