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Past Event
3 August 2017

Speakers

  • Brian E. Davis
    T +1 312 701 8760
Webinar

Strafford Publications Webinar - Structuring Real Estate Sale-Leasebacks: An Alternative to Mortgage Financing for Owner-Operators and Investors

Mayer Brown partner Brian Davis will speak during the Strafford Publications webinar, “Structuring Real Estate Sale-Leasebacks: An Alternative to Mortgage Financing for Owner-Operators and Investors.” Sale-leaseback transactions provide seller/lessee access to capital tied up in real estate assets without the underwriting and legal constraints of mortgage financing. Leases can be structured with a longer term, fixed payments, and effectively higher leverage than conventional loans, and allow for potential tax benefits not available with mortgage loans.

For the investor/lessor, the sale-leaseback provides the opportunity to acquire commercial real estate that comes with a long-term, credit-worthy tenant under a triple net lease. The credit quality of the tenant and the condition of the property are primary concerns for the investor.

One disadvantage for the seller is the loss of flexibility it had as owner-occupant. Lease negotiations over potential limitations for the seller can be contentious. Some tenant-friendly lease provisions will need to be subordinated to a future mortgage or ground lease, making SNDA provisions critical to the negotiation. The seller/lessee must be cognizant of the accounting treatment of the lease, with new accounting standards going into effect in 2018.

Mayer Brown partner Brian Davis will participate in a panel discussion of real estate practitioners, discussing sale-leaseback market trends, advantages and pitfalls for sellers and investors, deal structures and terms, and best practices for the parties to protect their interests.

Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. CDT
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT

For more information or to register, please visit the webinar website.
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