Another key benefit of a sale-leaseback is that it allows the property owner to continue using the property for its intended purpose, such as operating a business or generating rental income. Because the property owner remains the tenant under the lease agreement, they are able to continue using the property as they see fit, subject to the terms of the lease agreement.
One potential drawback of a sale-leaseback is that the property owner may be required to pay a higher rent than they were previously paying. This is because the investor who purchases the property is likely looking to earn a return on their investment, and may therefore charge a higher rent in order to cover their costs and generate a profit.
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