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The sale-leaseback transaction has been praised for 50 years in the real estate community, and the chorus of voices exclaiming its economic advantages shows no sign of quieting. As a financing vehicle, it is growing in popularity, driven by the aggressive expansion plans of the nation's retailers. In a sale-leaseback, a property owner agrees to sell property to an investor, who in turn agrees to lease the property to the seller, usually with a long-term lease ranging from 15 to 50 years. The leases are usually triple-net, requiring the lessee to pay all of the operating expenses on the property, including taxes, insurance ...
An archive of articles and listserve postings of interest, mostly posted without commentary, linked to commentary at the Education Notes Online blog. Note that I do not endorse the points of views of all articles, but post them for reference purposes. I hope you will alert your readers to Stephanie Strom's page one article in Saturday's Times ... there really is no way an entity should end up on both sides of business transactions,” said Marc Dean Millot , publisher of the report K-12 Leads and a ... OK, I did get quoted and I did help her out - so I have a interest ... Read More
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