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SALE-LEASEBACK: Making a Case for Selling Your Building

As market conditions improve and demand from investors for single tenant net lease properties continues to grow, many business owners are looking at the option of a sale-leaseback transaction to free up cash and narrow their focus on growing their business.

A sale-leaseback transaction allows a company to sell the property they occupy while maintaining a long-term lease. There are many benefits to this arrangement.

The business remains in its current location. In a sale-leaseback transaction, the building is sold to an investor and the owner(s) receive cash proceeds from the sale of the building. You sign a new lease with the investor, now your landlord. Focus on running your business without the challenges associated with real estate ownership. Mortgage debt is eliminated while operational autonomy remains. Achieve top valuation for your building. Working with an investment sale expert will minimize risk and increase your comfort level with the entire sales process. Real estate investors are paying top dollar for high-quality single tenant office buildings.

For more information on how the Pintail team can help you recognize the benefits of a sale-leaseback, reach out today.

 

Ross Kester, PARTNER | ross@pintailcp.com | 864.303.7532