lease·back

/ˈlēsˌbak/

noun
noun: leaseback; plural noun: leasebacks; noun: lease-back; plural noun: lease-backs
the leasing of a property back to the vendor.
“leaseback agreements”

leaseback is an agreement where an asset’s seller leases back the asset from the purchaser. In a leaseback arrangement, the details of the arrangement, such as the lease payments and lease duration, are made immediately after the sale of the asset.

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It’s all about the numbers: A financial example of a Leaseback

When you sell your house with a Leaseback you can free up the cash/equity locked in your house without having to move. The Buyer of your house, the “Investor”, will give you a written offer to buy your house combined with an offer to rent it back to you. If those numbers make financial sense, …
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3 Things You Need to Know About a Residential Leaseback

What is a leaseback? A Leaseback is a transaction where the seller of an asset, in this case, Real Estate,  leases it back from the new Buyer at closing for an agreed-upon rent and terms. This historically has been a short term accommodation to the Seller when the sale/closing date does not coincide with the …
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