sale-leaseback

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sale-lease·back

(sāl′lēs′băk′)
n.
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Wolfe added that he "Thinks more and more franchisees will continue executing sale leasebacks," but, he noted, "it's important for buyers to think about their exit strategy on the front end and to structure the lease(s) with this in mind."
Birmingham, AL, January 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- STREAM Capital Partners ("STREAM"), a boutique net lease and sale leaseback advisory group, recently advised the seller, a family office, on the sale of a portfolio of 18 KFC properties.
Larger companies that execute sale leasebacks might do so to avoid the cost and expense of having internal facilities management staffs.
From the buyer's perspective, a sale leaseback can be an attractive investment in the real estate category as it requires less maintenance and administration than many multi-tenant real estate investments.
Carey and American Realty Capital to join forces to target growing opportunities in corporate sale leasebacks.
Carey for the lucrative corporate sale leaseback market.
As corporate sale leasebacks are now considered a legitimate source of capital, they are being considered with the same weight as any other source of equity or debt.
As a large component of this growth, the report cited the re-emergence of sale leasebacks as a major trend within the global real estate sector along with easing credit conditions, the related boost to investor activity, rising capital values in major markets and the REIT sector revival.
CRESA Partners Capital Markets services include the evaluation and implementation of a wide array of financial alternatives for corporate real estate holdings, including sale leasebacks, synthetic leases, structured financings, traditional mortgages, asset monetizations, as well as other creative financial structurings.
"Every year we've done more and more sale leasebacks."
Ader, who has been responsible for the acquisition and management of over $10 billion of net leased real estate and is a leading authority on the subject of corporate sale leasebacks. Corporations for which he has successfully closed transactions include Sears, Xerox Corp., Mellon Bank and United Technologies, Inc.
The perception was that sale leasebacks were for weak companies that needed to raise cash in a hurry.