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Today we talk with Luke Timmis of Signature Associates about sale-leasebacks and how they can be attractive as an alternative method of raising capital. Companies with high-cost fixed assets like property, land, or large expensive equipment find this option advantageous, as they can sell their expensive assets or equipment to a buyer and the buyer can then immediately lease those assets or equipment back to the original owner - thus freeing up cash to the original owner.

Key Discussion Points [00:00] Welcome and introduction by Eric Odum [00:32] About our guest, Luke Timmis [01:28] Why would a coroporation be interested in selling their underlying real estate? [03:38 What type of company might be interested in doing a sale-leaseback? [07:49] What type of company are you trying to go after that you think would be the best fit for a sale-leaseback [09:39] What are the tax implications of a sale-leaseback? [14:47] Tell us more about the structure of these leasebacks [16:05] How do you reconcile the gap between the market and the seller who might be a little unrealistic? [20:04] How can folks get in contact with you? [20:46] Tell us about your brokerage firm's (Signature Associates) coverage area and what other asset classes does it engage in?

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