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To Have and to Hold

The net lease market is firing on all cylinders with record capital raising, persistent demand for reliable cash flows and the emergence of new players seeking low-maintenance assets offering predictable income and long-term leases.

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The Institutionalization of Net Lease

The net lease market has become a hunting ground for investors looking for low-maintenance assets and long-term, predictable cash flows. 

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Why Tenant-Landlord Relationships Matter

Since our founding in 1973, W. P. Carey has been a long-term partner to our tenants.

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The Appeal of Industrial Sale-Leaseback Transactions

Benefits for both investors and tenants are driving demand.

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When Alternative Strategies Make Sense

How private equity is taking advantage of different financing options to win deals and create value.

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Sale-leasebacks Have Become a Critical Tool for PE Firms. Here's Why.

Learn how GPs are making sale-leasebacks a cost-effective part of the capital stack.

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Why Food Retailers Should Consider Sale-leasebacks to Support Growth Strategies

As many retailers nationwide are forced to close down and reduce property footprints due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, one particular sector

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What’s Behind Food Production’s Interest in Sale-leasebacks

The sector is tapping the funding source as it eyes further growth.

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How Private Equity Can Leverage Sale-leasebacks

Leveraged buyout activity continues to surge to highs not seen since before the financial crisis due to sustained low interest rates, access to che

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Sale-leaseback 101

The concept is simple. For many companies, their real estate represents a significant cash value that could be redeployed to fund their core business operations and growth strategies. 

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