Aug. 5, 2013
American Realty Capital Properties, Inc.
("ARCP") (NASDAQ: ARCP) announced today that it had closed upon the acquisition of 26 net lease properties for
, exclusive of closing costs. The 26 properties are 80% net leased to investment grade tenants, as determined by a major credit rating agency, including Dollar General, Family Dollar and Walgreens. The properties were purchased at a weighted average cap rate of 8.6% (calculated by dividing annualized rental income on a straight-line basis plus operating expense reimbursement revenue, less property operating expenses, by base purchase price) and contain leases with a weighted average remaining duration of 9.4 years.
Nicholas S. Schorsch
, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ARCP added, "In addition to the large portfolio acquisitions that we have announced and completed to date, these
of acquisitions since
demonstrate our acquisition team's ability to execute consistently on our organic growth strategy, allowing us to purchase efficiently single assets and small portfolios in line with our investment focus. We are pleased to announce the purchase of these high quality real estate assets which are 80% net leased to investment grade tenants and purchased at strong cap rates in the mid 8.0% range."
ARCP is a publicly traded
corporation listed on The NASDAQ Global Select Market that qualified as a real estate investment trust for U.S. federal income tax purposes for the taxable year ended
December 31, 2011
, focused on acquiring and owning single tenant freestanding commercial properties subject to net leases with high credit quality tenants. Additional information about ARCP can be found on its website at
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