SEAL BEACH, Calif. — If there was ever a time for supermarket owners to consider sale-leaseback financing, it is now, according to a real estate developer here. “Capital rates are at historic lows in today's market, so a retailer can recognize a market premium for his real estate if he sells to an investor and then leases it back,” Matt Heslin, president of real estate firm Heslin Holdings here, told SN. “As a result, a retailer that owns quality real estate and has decent credit can get a ...
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