TAG Industrial Market Watch: April 13, 2019

“Investors looking for long term yields have been investigating the implications of opportunity zones. However, another option might possibly be a sale-leaseback – especially for industrial assets and specifically manufacturing and logistics properties. They are unique in that they are less capital intensive than other assets. With land and construction costs at all-time highs, it’s difficult for some businesses to have substantial cash flow. A sale-leaseback may pencil in for companies in need of quick cash and long-term profit.”

Adam Abushagur

First Vice President Investments

Managing Director- TAG Industrial

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