With a market correction looming, business owners who sell property now can maximize their returns and eliminate responsibility for finding tenants through a sale-leaseback. Writing for In Business, Trisha Talbot shared when sale-leasebacks make sense and the benefits they provide.
Ideal for owners who plan to retire within 10 years, sale-leasebacks also enable owners to focus on running their business. Proceeds can be invested in the business, but there are tax advantages to rolling them into other properties. In addition to explaining how a 1031 exchange works, Trisha includes helpful information on capitalization rates and negotiating favorable lease terms.
With more than 20 years of experience in healthcare real estate, Trisha helps clinicians and investors identify income-producing healthcare properties and increase profits. She is widely lauded for her expertise, leadership and performance, consistently ranking among the state’s top commercial real estate brokers for more than a decade.