Video Library Partner Insights Recession Resilience Case Study: Dollar General

Recession Resilience Case Study: Dollar General

Managing Partner David Fisher illustrates the basics of ExchangeRight’s recession-resilient investment strategy by looking at Dollar General, one of the investment-grade tenants featured in our Net-Leased Portfolios. David highlights Dollar General’s virtues as a tenant, including its strong investment-grade credit rating and its steady same-store sales growth, while also emphasizing the importance of assessing demographic information, traffic counts, and other factors when picking particular properties to invest in.

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The "ExchangeRight Partner Insights" educational video series explains ExchangeRight’s business strategy and specific focus on net-leased properties in the necessity retail and healthcare industries. They do not constitute an offer or recommendation to purchase real estate investments.

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