sale-leaseback


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sale-lease·back

(sāl′lēs′băk′)
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West Coast Canadian firm Boughton Law has shepherded the sale-leaseback for three Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Ltd.
In addition, AAA today signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a sale-leaseback transaction of 11 Boeing 737-800 aircraft currently operated by Norwegian.
As commercial building owner-occupants consider liquidating their assets in a rising-rate environment, excellent sale-leaseback opportunities will arise, according to Marc Imrem and Andrew Watson, managing directors of capital markets with Transwestern.
However, a sale-leaseback transaction does not come without its disadvantages for the seller (and eventual tenant).
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2012--International Lease Finance, American Airlines close 15 sale-leaseback deliveries(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In simple terms, a sale-leaseback transaction allows a franchisee to convert his real estate property into the capital he might need for growth.
American Airlines (NYSE:AMR) on Friday announced that it has entered into a sale-leaseback arrangement with aircraft leasing company AerCap.
A useful but infrequently used tool for raising cash for a small business is the sale-leaseback transaction.
an investment management company, have entered into a $225 million sale-leaseback transaction for space at the Times' Manhattan headquarters, the two companies announced this week.
The joint venture, labeled Sovereign NNN Ventures LLC, will be devoted to sale-leaseback financing, in which it will purchase the portfolios of net-leased properties in retail, restaurant, office and industrial sectors.
announced Tuesday the completion of a seven-store sale-leaseback transaction.