Sales Lease Back

The sale of a corporate or government property to an Private investor and then simultaneous leasing property by the corporation or government is a valuable real estate option. The sale will provide the opportunity to raise cash or obtain a lower interest rate while maintaining operating control of the property as if it were still owned. A sale lease back can remove your existing lean holder and provide you with great interest rates, as low as 4% with terms as long as 20 years.

Such a sale/leaseback for a corporation will often show increased productivity by allowing the corporation to reduce the assets shown on the balance sheet, thereby increasing their return on assets.

PROCEDURE

  • Develop a preliminary analysis of facilities to determine the ideal candidates for possible sale/leaseback transactions.  This analysis includes a preliminary estimate of the sale price and leaseback rental rate and lease structure for each identified property.
  • Prepare documents to present to potential investors and negotiate sales contract and lease document on behalf of client.

Purchase Leaseback/Build to Suit Programs

We are looking to purchase and leaseback existing commercial properties as well as build to suit and leaseback new facilities. We provide funding and development/construction expertise leading to successfully completed transactions.

Program Requirements:

$10,000,000 and up

NNN Leases: 10 years to 15 years and longerProperty Types: Industrial, Office, Retail & MedicalLocations: USA and Canada

Professional Groups that our Program can benefit:

Commercial RE ContractorsCommercial RE DevelopersCommercial RE BrokersCommercial RE loan BrokersPrivate Equity CompaniesEconomic and Business Development DirectorsAccountantsAttorneysCorporate CEO’s & CFO’sCommercial RE Investment Bankers We would need some additional information on the projects. Here is a quick overview how the deal would need to be structured:

1. We will need Financials on the proposed NNN lessee, Current and historical. Let me know if we need to sign a confidentiality agreement.

2. The lease would need to be absolute NNN, where by the proposed NNN lessee is responsible for 100% of the cost of operating the entire property including roof and structure.

3. The Proposed NNN lessee would lease back the entire building for at least 10 years. The Proposed NNN lessee would have the option to sublease and retain all of the revenues from that sublease.

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