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Sale-Leaseback Benefits

Sale-Leaseback Benefits


Sale-Leaseback Benefits

CCIM Institute definition:
In a typical sale-leaseback, a property owner sells real estate used in its business to an unrelated private or institutional investor. Simultaneously, the property is leased back to the seller for a mutually agreed-upon time period.

Benefits:
Opportunity to capitalize on favorable market conditions
Convert equity into cash
Maintain possession and control of the property
Eliminate debt financing costs
Avoid debt restrictions
Increased tax deductions/tax benefits

Would you like to learn more about sale/leasebacks? The team at GLD Commercial is ready to discuss sale/leaseback benefits with you.