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Corporate Responsibility Matters

We are committed to integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) into our strategy and processes, providing clear, straightforward disclosures, and fulfilling our obligations as corporate citizens.


We are committed to acting with honesty and integrity and conducting all corporate opportunities in an ethical manner.

The Board provides oversight through its three standing committees: Audit, Nominating and Corporate Governance, and Compensation. The charters for each of these committees, along with our Corporate Governance Guidelines and other corporate policies can be found at our Governance Page.

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100 3 Fully Independent Committees

43% Female Directors

50% Diverse Independent Directors

86% Independent Directors

Board Independence and Diversity

NETSTREIT has a balance of experienced and independent directors: six out of seven are independent. Our Audit, Compensation, and Nominating and Corporate Governance Committees are comprised of fully independent directors as well. We have a proactive commitment to diversity. 43% of our directors are women and 29% of directors are racially/ethnically diverse.


Employees are the cornerstone of our success and corporate strategy. We want people to be excited to come to work, to like what they are doing, and to feel valued.

We offer attractive compensation comprised of a salary and annual bonus as well as equity participation so that every employee has a personal stake in our collective success. Equity awards are divided into time-based and performance-based restricted stock that vest over time, better aligning the interests of our employees and shareholders. We are proactive and responsive to our employees regarding our benefits package, seeking feedback from employees for ways we can further meet their financial, educational, health and well-being needs.

64% Male
36% Female
29% Racially /
Ethnically Diverse
Workforce Diversity

An Employee Experience Committee (EEC) was established with a mission to ensure that all employees have a clear voice in sharing and upholding the company's cultural values and expectations. Committee members are drawn from every level of the organization and rotate annually. Members meet periodically to discuss recommendations to present to the leadership team. These recommendations may include additional training, activities, software, benefits, or other ideas to improve the employee experience and engagement.

Helping the Next Generation

We are helping to cultivate the next generation of real estate finance professionals through our summer internship program. We typically recruit interns who are in their sophomore and junior year at local universities and provide meaningful, hands-on experience through participating in all stages of the acquisition process and helping to grow our customer relationship management platform.

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Tenant Initiatives and Impacts

Most of our properties operate under a "triple- net" lease structure, which means our tenants have operational control of the property, including environmental management programs, such as those that conserve resources. As part of evaluating a potential acquisition, we incorporate information about a tenant's commitment to ESG into our investment committee memorandum and take into consideration environmental and climate risks that might subject us to financial liabilities or regulatory actions. We are committed to identifying sustainable practices that are financially responsible and operationally feasible when working with our tenants or managing capital improvement projects.

Our top tenants have corporate sustainability programs that govern their business operations and help them become stewards of reducing resource consumption by eliminating wasteful practices and implementing feasible and practical conservation policies at their retail locations.

Our Tenants' Sustainability Commitments

18 of our top 20 tenants have ESG commitments, representing 93% of our top 20 tenants by Annual Base Rent. Click on a company below to view its environmental, social, and governance initiatives.

These tenants represent


of our Total Portfolio Annual Base Rent.

Figures represent portfolio as of 3.31.2024

Operating at the
Highest Level

Our corporate headquarters was selected with social and environmental considerations in mind, such as green building certifications, access to public transportation, and the walkability of the surrounding community. The building is operated at the highest level of efficiency and sustainability, obtaining a LEED v4O+M: EB Gold certification, meaning it meets both LEED criteria as well as strict EPA guidelines to achieve an Energy Star rating. Elements of the headquarters, such as building automation systems, lighting controls, green cleaning, and recycling programs, significantly decrease natural resource use by conserving energy and water, minimizing waste, and reducing CO2 emissions.

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