This is an excellent time for the CFO of a company that owns real estate to consider a sale-leaseback transaction for raising funds. Currently, there is great investor demand for corporate real estate assets.
A sale-leaseback transaction allows a company to sell corporately owned real estate and simultaneously lease the real estate back under a long-term lease with the buyer of the real estate. The company can then redeploy the proceeds into a higher yielding investment such as an acquisition or stock repurchase.
In this whitepaper, you will learn how companies have successfully utilized sale-leaseback transactions to benefit their organizations. We will provide you with some structuring tips, observations, and recommendations so that your organization will maximize its return.