Gaining in popularity, SLBs have increased to over $12 billion in transaction volume according to Real Capital Analytics. The US economy has slowly but steadily recovered from the recession, and now under the new administration, there is a push for continued growth. Companies need cash to grow and are turning to SLBs.
The net lease sector in commercial real estate has remained strong as there has been an influx in domestic and foreign capital, all looking for attractive, stable investments contrary to the volatile capital markets. As interests rates begin to climb, we expect to see tenants wanting to take advantage of locking into long-term leases in efforts to control operating expenses for years to come.
No doubt, there are a lot of reasons to consider a sale-leaseback right now. Let us walk you through the process to determine the right strategy that will allow you to maximize the benefits of selling your real estate and entering into an advantageous lease. We will thoroughly explore the right balance of financial returns and operational flexibility, diligently set up the appropriate lease structure and outline the tax implications resulting from the SLB, all to maximize your capital.