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Madison Capital Markets Launches Fund to Acquire, Manage Convenience Store Assets

Madison Capital Markets, an affiliate of Madison Capital Group, has launched the Madison Net Lease IV Fund. The fund aims to preserve invested capital and provide after-tax, risk-adjusted returns by acquiring and managing a portfolio of high-quality, single-tenant convenience store assets.

These assets feature long-term net leases diversified by geographic region with a strong focus on the Sunbelt, particularly on states with no income tax. This includes Florida, Tennessee, and Texas.

“We are thrilled to roll out Madison Net Lease IV,” said Ryan Hanks, chief executive officer of Madison Capital Group. “The new fund represents our commitment to providing investors with opportunities to preserve capital and achieve after-tax, risk-adjusted returns through strategic real estate investments.”

Madison Net Lease IV Fund is a Regulation D 506c offering. The target fund size is $100 million.

Madison Net Lease IV Fund will be used to acquire newly constructed single-tenant convenience stores with 15- to 20-year leases featuring contractual rent increases. It seeks national tenants with corporate guarantees and utilizes cost segregation to capitalize on accelerated bonus depreciation opportunities.

According to Madison Capital Group, it has a deep network of relationships in the net lease sector. With the recent roll-up of Cameron Property Company into Madison Commercial, Madison is focused on growing its investment focus in the net lease space.

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