Sale lease-backs can be a great option for your business. While many business owners feel that building ownership is right for them, a sale lease-back can provide financially-strapped companies with the capital injection they need. The transaction is simple: an owner/user sells the building to a third party investor, then leases the building back, often long-term. Equity in a building will generally see an appreciation equal to that of inflation (1-2%/year). A sale lease-back allows for a much higher return on equity by reinvesting the cash from the building sale back into the business itself; where owners can see a return much higher than 2%.
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