What is a Sale-Leaseback?
In a sale-leaseback, a company sells its real estate to an investor like Point Acquisitions for cash and simultaneously enters into a long-term lease. In doing so, the company extracts 100% of the property’s value and converts an otherwise illiquid asset into working capital to reinvest in its business or pay down debt, while maintaining operational control.
Benefits of a Sale-Leaseback
Immediate Access to Capital
Deploy as needed, whether recapitalizing your balance sheet or spending on new acquisitions/R&D.
Alternative Capital Source
When conventional financing is limited, access cash with fewer restrictions or contingencies.
Market Value Realization
Convert otherwise illiquid assets into cash at a rate determined by the market, compared to debt alternatives.
Retain Operational Control
Structured leases allow for continued operation of your facility under your direction as normal.
Potential Tax Benefits
Tax advantages exist regarding deductibility of rental payments compared to debt interest payments.
Gain a Long-term Partner
We are capitalized to support future expansion, build-to-suits, renovations, energy retrofits and more.
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