Sale-Leasebacks For Banks: Tips for Achieving Maximum Results

Equity Retail Brokers (ERB) offers a full suite of services for banking-sector clients. Our last post (“Bank Properties for Sale: Why Handling Bank Transactions Requires Flexibility and Finesse”) covered best practices around the sale of income-producing bank properties as well as the disposition of vacant branches and underperforming assets. Another ERB service — sale-leaseback transactions […]

Avoid This Common Mistake Made by Investors in Like-Kind Exchanges

In a prior blog post, our colleague Margo McDonnell, whose 1031 Corp specializes in 1031 tax-deferred exchanges, covered some of the basics associated with this nearly century-old tax incentive. But once you’re clear on questions like “What is a like kind exchange?” or “Is a like kind exchange the same as a 1031 exchange?”, the […]

Making the most of experiential retail

Opportunities in tenant representation and landlord leasing are constantly in flux—and the arrival of experience-oriented operators like Wondershare, Cinergy, The Void and Round 1 is a case in point. Not so long ago, sellers of hard and soft goods were the prime focus of retail tenant reps and landlord leasing teams alike. However, disruptive forces […]

Interview: Margo McDonnell of 1031 Corp

If you’re thinking about selling one investment property and buying another at the same time, you may also want to consider a 1031 tax-deferred exchange. This practice takes its name from Section 1031 of the U.S. tax code and allows property owners to sell real estate and purchase a comparable property while deferring capital gains […]

The Benefits of Sale-Leaseback Transactions

A sale-leaseback is a transaction in which an investor buys a property that is already being owned and operated by someone else. But instead of taking control of the property, the buyer leases it back to the seller under terms and conditions on which they both agree, with the seller becoming the buyer’s tenant. Sale-leasebacks […]