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A variation of credit tenant lease financing, where the primary focus of the lender is on the credit standing of the tenant as opposed to the real estate, a sale-leaseback involves the property owner selling the property to an investor for a long term - typically 15 years or more. The former owner then assumes the role of tenant, leasing back the property from the investor. This is preferably arranged (from the investor's standpoint) on a "net" or "triple-net" lease basis, where the tenant remains responsible for taxes, insurance, maintenance and other property-specific operations. A popular financing ...
Recently I had very good conversation with an old brokerage buddy in California, Jack. He was really freaking out that his real estate career was heading in directions he was not prepared for. See he’s been a “Tenant Rep” for 20 plus years and now is competing for Landlord Rep and Sublease deals just to make ends meet! Tenant deals are few and far between in his market. He’s finding himself reinventing his game almost daily. All part of this economy I said, I hear this happening over and over all over the place. I told him to relax it’s all very relative to each other and he’ll be fine. ... Read More
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