Determining Why, When, and How a Sale-Leaseback Agreement May Be Advantageous for Your Business

February 01, 2017

Sale-leaseback transactions continue to grow in popularity as an alternative source of financing. Through sale-leasebacks, middle-market companies can maximize the value of their real estate assets, unlocking cash to finance operations and to support long-term growth goals. In addition, these companies may obtain favorable lease terms and tax savings, among other advantages.

Business owners may consider sale-leasebacks in a number of situations, such as if they were seeking growth capital, undergoing a restructuring, or preparing for the sale of a company. Regardless of the scenario, “Sale-Leaseback Transactions: Determining Why, When, and How a Sale-Leaseback Agreement May Be Advantageous for Your Business” offers tips and benefits of making these transactions part of your financing toolkit.

Our complimentary report focuses on:

  • Sale-leasebacks as alternatives to traditional sources of financing
  • The core advantages to middle-market companies
  • Select situations ideal for a sale-leaseback
  • How business owners can get started in the process
  • The importance of partnering with a trusted advisor

Given the high demand for sale-leaseback investments, your company’s real estate assets may have strong potential from a financial standpoint. Thus, it is essential to take the appropriate steps to ensure your assets achieve maximum value when the opportunity arises. Partnering with an experienced advisory firm with a proven track record like Stout can guide your company to its long-term goals.

About the Author
This article is authored by Joshua J. Fox, Managing Director and head of the Real Estate, Lodging, & Leisure Industry practice within Stout's Investment Banking Group. Mr. Fox has more than 20 years of experience as an investment banker and lawyer providing advice on a wide range of topics including mergers and acquisitions, capital raising, financial restructuring, strategic alternatives, deal negotiation and execution to public corporations, privately held companies, family businesses, lenders, investors, and portfolio companies of private equity funds.