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Reducing Risk of Sale-Leasebacks
To reduce sale-leaseback risks, have the option to buy at a determined time and retain the first right to buy.
You mention several drawbacks to sale-leasebacks. How can companies mitigate potentially negative outcomes of sale-leasebacks?
George Livingston, Founder and Chairman, NAI Realvest
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The two main ways to mitigate the impact is to have an option to buy the property at a set time, and perhaps at a set or to-be-determined price, and a first right-to-buy in case the new owner wants to sell.
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