Sale-leaseback deals are offering property owners a stable, long-term solution to restructuring their debt when the lending window for refinancing mortgages has been slammed shut.

Increasingly, sellers are flocking to long-term net lease deals as the first step to cure their balance sheets, using the proceeds from the sale-leaseback to jump-start their debt restructuring, according to a panel of experts at the GlobeSt. Net Lease Spring 2023 conference in NYC this week.

"Sale-leasebacks are uniquely positioned to recapitalize existing mortgage yields," said Bryan Huber, director of SAB Capital's Sale-Leaseback Group.

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