Sale-leasebacks have long been used as funding and leverage tools by hotel owners and owners of commercial real estate in general. Although sale-leasebacks were once perceived to be a last resort for the acquisition or refinancing of commercial property, sale-leasebacks have grown in popularity as corporate attachment to property ownership has softened. Many benefits of a sale-leaseback are clear and easy to understand while others are not so transparent.
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