sale-leaseback


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sale-lease·back

(sāl′lēs′băk′)
n.
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Large multistore bulk transactions like the ShopKo deal will become more commonplace, as retailers seek to reduce their cost of capital and ultimately "make shareholders wealthy" via sale-leaseback transactions of large portions of real estate, Volk said.
The trucking company also said it reversed the tax breaks it normally records for sale-leaseback deals.
Another tactic, a sale-leaseback -- in which the company sells its building for a considerable gain and then leases it back -- "is really for top-ranked credits" and may not work for many firms, he says.
Under the facts of the CIE corporation A entered into a sale-leaseback of depreciable equipment with B (a thinly capitalized partnership), in exchange for B's note.
93-8, Accounting for the Sale and Leaseback of an Asset That Is Leased to Another Party, addresses the accounting by a seller-lessee for a sale-leaseback of personal property when
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 24, 2019-Realty Income Inks GBP 429m Sale-Leaseback Transaction with Sainsbury's
The campus, which currently houses approximately 2,800 full-time employees and contractors, but is expected to increase to 3,500 by year end, was acquired by Mesirow Realty Sale-Leaseback, Inc., a division of Mesirow Financial, a diversified financial services firm headquartered in Chicago.
(NYSE: WPC) said it has entered into an approximately USD62.9 million (EUR58.6 million) sale-leaseback transaction with Dutch automotive group Stern Groep N.V.
(NYSE: WPC) has entered into an approximately USD 62.9m (EUR 58.6m) sale-leaseback transaction for a portfolio of ten automotive retail and service sites in the Netherlands with Dutch automotive group Stern Groep N.V., the company said.
Companies seeking to free up capital and investors looking for stable sources of income to support commercial acquisitions have unleashed a wave of sale-leaseback deals in an indication that real estate remains a flexible industry adapting to shifting markets.
Hunt Transport Services of Lowell spent last week on a roller coaster, beginning with a plunge on Monday when when a report by Morgan Stanley questioned a sale-leaseback structure the company used in 1999 to lower its tax rate.