A sale-leaseback involves the sale of a real estate asset that you own while establishing a long-term lease agreement with the new purchaser to keep using the space.
In today’s economic environment where cash-flow is a challenge, a sale-leaseback may prove to be an advantageous solution for companies that own their real estate.
A sale-leaseback is an effective tool to unlock the unrealized value of your real estate, while continuing to enjoy its use. This will generally result in greater liquidity than conventional financing or refinancing.
The typical lease term is ten years, followed by renewal options that may be combined with a buy-back option over time. The lease associated with this type of transaction is normally triple net.
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