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Chris Barry

VP, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations,

National Retail Properties, Inc.

  • VP of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations, National Retail Properties
  • Member of the National Investor Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers
  • Member of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts

About Chris

Chris Barry is vice president of corporate communications and investor relations for National Retail Properties, Inc. He joined the company in May 1996 and oversees all media relations, internal and external communications, and retail investor relations. Mr. Barry is a member of the National Investor Relations Institute, the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, and the International Council of Shopping Centers.  

Chris's Videos

Throughout its 35-year history, National Retail Properties (NYSE: NNN) has learned to never rest on its laurels when things go well and never panic when things take a negative turn. Join Chris Barry to hear how using disciplined, consistent execution allowed NNN to position itself to withstand the initial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, quickly return to robust rent collection, and maintain high-occupancy while increasing its annual dividend in 2021 for the 32nd consecutive time and produce a 25-year average annual total return of 12%.
Estimates say that as many as 12,000 retail stores closed in the US in 2020. Despite this, National Retail Properties (NYSE: NNN) was able to maintain its 20+ year average occupancy rate of 98%, increase its annual dividend for the 31st consecutive year, and generate a 25-year average annual total return of 12.1% (as of 3/31/21). This presentation will reveal how NNN's strategy of investing specifically in freestanding locations net-leased to large regional and national chains enabled the company to achieve these marks. A decades-long approach of maintaining a multi-year view positioned NNN to withstand the short-term disruptions caused by the pandemic and remain on its steady, consistent path.
Throughout its 35-year history, National Retail Properties (NYSE: NNN) has navigated many market conditions. The company has learned to never rest on its laurels when things go well and never panic when things take a wrong turn. Come hear how using disciplined, consistent execution has allowed NNN to increase its annual dividend for 31 consecutive years and produce a 25-year average annual total return of 12.0% (through 12/31/20). NNN announced Q4 2020 operating results of $0.63 Core FFO per common share, portfolio occupancy of 98.5%, and the company ended the quarter with $267.2 million of cash and no amounts drawn on its $900 million bank credit facility.
Throughout its 35-year history, National Retail Properties (NYSE: NNN) has navigated many market conditions. The company has learned to never rest on its laurels when things go well and never panic when things take a wrong turn. Come hear how using disciplined, consistent execution has allowed NNN to increase its annual dividend for 31 consecutive years and produce a 25-year average annual total return of 11.3% (through 06/30/20). NNN announced Q2 2020 operating results of $0.65 Core FFO per common share, portfolio occupancy of 98.7% and the company ended the quarter with $224.6 million of cash and no amounts drawn on its $900 million bank credit facility.