Sale/Leaseback

Sale/Leaseback Analysis

Understanding the short- and long-term economic outcomes of each choice.


Sale/Leaseback Analysis

Medical real estate has witnessed a deluge of investment capital seeking attractive and stable returns in recent years. Many independent groups are witness to this through offers from REITs and Private Equity providing enticing offers in return for a long-term lease. Many groups receive offers on their buildings on a weekly basis. However, these offers are certainly not all the same and require thoughtful analysis to determine their merit. Each groups situation is unique and a sale/ leaseback offer requires considering a combination of economic and non-economic factors to determine the appropriate path forward. When considering a long-term lease obligation, it is imperative to have expertise on the groups side to create an objective and impartial decision.

CMAC provides quantitative and qualitative analysis to determine the relative merit of valuations received.


“The CMAC team is highly professional and expert. Their experience in medical real estate allows them to identify valuable methods to improve both the financing and sale of properties. They are creative, reliable, informed, and dedicated to improving the value of your project. They get the job done! They have our highest recommendation.”
Drs. John Seiler, III and S. Houston Payne, Jr. - Georgia Hand, Shoulder & Elbow, Atlanta, GA

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