Financial Alert: Now is
the time to cash out of real estate with a sale
leaseback program. Historically, every period of
high government spending has been followed by pernicious
When inflation does start to roar, interest rates will
skyrocket and commercial real estate values will fall.
Whether or not you need the money now, cashing out
before inflation hits by securing long-term fixed
payment loans (leases) maximizes cash out, locks in
cheap rates for the long term, and takes advantage of
inflation to pay back debt in ever cheaper dollars.
Cashing out during the inflation cycle means depressed real
estate values and huge interest (lease) payments.
Essentially half the cash at twice the price.
You have found the
only real estate investment company offering a brand new sale
leaseback program specifically designed for heavy industrial
properties, offering operating leases that add no debt to the
balance sheet. Every other sector of the real estate market
has been saturated with sale leaseback programs for every other
property type except the one that really loses it's owner
money. The heavy industrial factory. If you do heavy
manufacturing in the U.S., and have closed a plant and tried to
sell the property, you know what we mean. You'll get
pennies on the dollar, and it takes on the average 3 years to
sell, if it sells at all. Now you can get your money out,
retain complete control, and even extend the lease for decades
or repurchase the property, at a
small fraction of the cost of a typical sale leaseback deal.
See if you're considered heavy industrial
If it makes financial sense
for corporations to sell and lease back over 20 BILLION DOLLARS
of their APPRECIATING prime retail and commercial properties
yearly, how much MORE sense does it make to sell and leaseback
property that depreciates to pennies on the dollar when sold?
Sale leaseback of commercial
buildings has long been an invaluable tool for corporations to
get debt off the balance sheet, and free up capital buried in
real estate assets. While a very
few sale-leaseback investment companies and REITs say they deal in
"industrial" real estate, a quick look at their
portfolio reveals that "industrial" means distribution
centers, warehouses, state of the art research centers, and
light assembly plants. It never means wood/metal/paper
mills, heavy manufacturing and materials/minerals processing,
chemical and coating operations and the like, unless it's a
capital lease that adds debt to the balance sheet. It's easy to
identify these orphan properties, because they are the
ones that sell for pennies on the dollar once the parent
corporation closes them. We've developed the only
unique sale-leaseback program aimed specifically at these
properties, to get as much equity out of your depreciating real
estate before it becomes obsolete, with no added debt.