Selling together or separate – United Pacific Gas NNN Leases $16.9M

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Selling together or separate - United Pacific Gas NNN Leases $16M

VICTORVILLE – Two new construction United Pacific gas station NNN leases are selling for a combined $16.9M. The Long Beach based company estimates the leases will generate $347,000 – $375,000 annual income per store.

The new gas stations will be located at 17477 Nisqualli Rd, priced at $8.8M, and 17876 Bear Valley Rd, priced at $8.1M. According to CBRE Investment Properties “Upon commencement – estimated to be October 2022, United Pacific’s absolute NNN lease will feature a 20 year term with 7.5% rent increases every 5 years throughout the initial term…”

The triple net lease structure is an agreement where the tenant, United Pacific in this case, promises to pay all the expenses of the property, including real estate taxes, building insurance, and maintenance. These expenses are in addition to the cost of rent and utilities. This lease structure limits responsibility for the landlord.

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United Pacific operates 511 gas stations and convenience stores throughout Southern and Northern California, Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Nevada. It distributes fuel for Shell, Conoco, 76 and United Oil. Tokyo-based SoftBank Group Corp, a telecom holding company and investment powerhouse owns Pacific United.

In 2021, they converted all its company-operated convenience stores to the Rocket brand, launched a new website and introduced third-party delivery services. With the recent rollout of the Rocket brand, United Pacific plans to introduce private-label products and roll out a rewards program delivered through the Rocket mobile app, the company said.

According to Business Journal estimates, United Pacific generates about $3 billion in revenue.

Both Victorville properties have a 4.25% cap rate. A lower cap rate is generally associated with a safer or less-risky investment, while a higher cap rate will be associated with more risk. Many advisors feel that a high cap rate is better, or that a good cap rate is between 5% and 10%.

The retail properties have been on the market since July 13, 2022.

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