A sale-leaseback is when a business entity sells its commercial real estate property to an investor with prearrangement to lease the property to the seller, typically with a long term lease. The business entity receives the market value of the property and gains liquidity, while the investor earns a return on his investment from a credit worthy tenant with a track record and commitment to the property.
Sale-Leasebacks can be a win-win situation for Investors and Sellers. What type of sellers should consider this structure? What can investors expect and look out for when taking advantage of these opportunities?.