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Special Report on

Sale Leaseback Transactions

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   Commercial real estate properties owned by operating companies are assets that can be turned into cash. This can be done by selling real estate that is not needed and selling and then leasing back real estate that is needed. Corporate leased real estate assets are sought-after properties by investors and institutions. Better yet, such transactions can typically be done in a relatively short time frame.    "The majority of corporate America is not in the real estate business, and the extent to which corporate America can monetize its real estate and redeploy those assets, in theory, into ...
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Sale-leaseback may return
In a sale-leaseback, a good real business for sale, and then rent the property back to the investor / purchaser under a contract of long-term lease to the net and the term is usually a period of 15 or 20 years, plus extensions and options. Sale-leaseback transactions as short a period of 5 years as well. Houses can have a big part of the base of the company well, particularly true for small businesses. The economic climate is at the moment so that has become traditional sources of capital moredifficult and expensive to obtain now. Many public and private companies to focus on their capital base and cost of capital to determine ... market research, surveys and trends How Corporations Can Use Real Estate To ...
Most corporations of any size and scale have large investments in the land and facilities necessary for the successful operation of their business. While making corporate investments into real estate assets may seem to be a reasonable strategy at first glance, they are rarely investment or capital driven decisions, but rather operating decisions that in retrospect usually fail to maximize the leverage and value of their land and facilities beyond what is typically provided for within traditional ownership and financing structures. When an operating business finds itself in need of low cost capital their corporate real estate ... market research, surveys and trends


istorically, for a corporation, real estate assets have had one primary application: operational necessity. Companies have been regularly leasing, developing, buying and even selling facilities to meet their operational objectives. However, with the rise of an active industrial real estate investment market, another application emerged. Strategic, long-term real estate that remains critical to operations has become an alternate source of capital. It is the sale-leaseback structure that allows the owner-occupier to free up capital without any operational implications. As such, sale-leaseback transactions have become a more ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Seller's Market For Sale-Leasebacks - Site Selection Magazine ...
        For the past year or so, investors across the board have been re-evaluating their commitments to the stock and bond markets, sizing up alternative investments, and pumping money into real estate. Sale-leaseback companies structured to buy properties with cash raised through funds supported by investors have benefited from this new investment capital.         For example, New York-based W. P. Carey & Co. LLC has been on a tear. During 2002, the company's current fund completed more than $1 billion in transactions with 25 companies, compared with a total of $395 million for ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Fitch Rates Altria's Proposed Sr Notes 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable
CHICAGO, Jun 08, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'BBB+' rating to Altria Group, Inc.'s /quotes/comstock/13*!mo /quotes/nls/mo ( 20.34 , +0.64 , +3.25% ) benchmark issue proposed offering of guaranteed senior notes due 2015. The notes will rank pari passu with Altria's other senior debt. The notes are being issued under Altria's indenture dated Nov. 4, 2008, and significant covenants include, but are not limited to, limitations on liens and restrictions on sale leaseback transactions. The series of notes will carry a change of control ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
HNI Corp. (HNI) Terminates $300M Credit Agreement, Enters New Credit Agreement ...
as borrower, certain domestic subsidiaries of the Corporation, as guarantors, certain lenders and Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as administrative agent for the Lenders, entered into a Credit Agreement. The Credit Agreement replaces a $300,000,000 revolving credit facility entered into on January 28, 2005, by and among the Corporation, as borrower, certain domestic subsidiaries of the Corporation, as guarantors, certain lenders and Wells Fargo Bank, National Association (successor-by-merger to Wachovia Bank, National Association), as administrative agent and documentation agent (the "Prior Facility"). The ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Recharacterization Issues in Sale/Leaseback Transactions
Sale-leaseback transactions are subject, under certain circumstances, to ..... issues involving sale- leaseback transactions, an investigation by the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Federal Tax Implications of Sale-Leaseback Transactions - Online ...
The purpose of this research guide is to enable the user to identify the comprehensive outlay of legal sources devoted to the federal tax treatment of sale-leaseback and lease-in/lease-out (LILO) transactions. Sale-leaseback transactions are still widely used today and can present beneficial tax implications if planned wisely; effective planning cannot be had without knowledge of the array of legal sources that deal with the proper structuring of sale-leasebacks. Moreover, an extensive area of the law deals precisely with the sort of maneuvering in sale-leaseback or LILO arrangements that will be deemed �shams' for federal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HOW SERIOUS are legal risks involved in renting back a residence ...
After listing my house for sale, I was surprised (particularly given the economy) to receive a full-price offer straight off. The would-be buyers own a nearby property they have lived in long-term and do not have plans to move in straightaway. We are all mature, forty-or-fifty-somethings. In "countering" the offer, I asked for six weeks' rentback, to allow me time to locate another property for purchase and move in without having to "double move." I was shocked at the pushback from not only my own realtor, but, ultimately, the would-be purchasers at this request, which they refused, due to liability issues. How "real" of an ...
Google Answers: Information on the History of Lease Accounting
I need information pretaining to the "history of lease accounting" I need to know how it started, changes, and present day situation Some criteria: -its been changed 4 times since early 30s (when and why) -what changes were made -why were the changes made Research in generally accepted accounting principles (on a side note, I don't know if $20 is what it should be at, sorry I'm a college student, but if the information is good and exactly what I need, I will definetly give a tip) Request for Question Clarification by omnivorous-ga on 21 Apr 2005 17:27 PDT Icehockyplayer -- I have some clear ...