As its name suggests, Sale Leaseback financing involves a business selling an asset to another entity and then immediately leasing it back.
Fortune 500 companies have been using Sale-Leaseback financing to free up the cash locked up in their real estate assets for decades. With the proliferation of structured financing vehicles in the marketplace, this opportunity has become available to mid-size and larger businesses.
This financing mechanism allows businesses to use capital that otherwise would have been allocated to real estate investments for alternate uses, such as: business expansion, succession planning, ownership consolidation, acquisitions and other major business needs.
Combined under one roof, our Schwob teams offers owner/users the following capabilities: (i) commercial project development, (ii) building/construction execution and (iii) project financing capabilities, allowing us to act as an “outsourced developer and builder” for many of our existing owner-user clients.