STREAM Capital Partners is dedicated to creating lasting relationships with our clients through providing sound advice and delivering superior execution.

As market leaders in advising buyers and sellers of single tenant properties, our team provides strategic, custom solutions that deliver maximum long-term benefits. This includes advising buyers and sellers of net leased properties and structuring sale leasebacks for the primary property types of retail, industrial, office and medical properties, as well as special purpose properties.

What is a Net Lease? What is a Sale Leaseback?

Our ProcessMeaningful Relationships. Exceptional Results.

Our process consists of a full evaluation of market conditions and property specifications in order to advise our clients toward a successful closing. Focused on building lasting relationships, we will never sacrifice long-term success for short-term benefits. Our clients trust us to provide sound advice and industry-leading execution when representing them either as buyers or sellers. Adhering to these principles of transparency and grit, Stream has seen tremendous success since its inception, representing thousands of clients across the country and closing over $6 billion in transaction volume.

Our Focus
Long-term Value for Our Clients

As market leaders in advising buyers and sellers of net leased properties nationally our team provides strategic, custom solutions that deliver maximum benefits. Our primary product types include retail, industrial, office, medical and hospitality, as well as special purpose properties. We work with private and institutional owners of net leased real estate as well as corporate owners that want to unlock value from their real estate via sale leaseback transactions.

Sales Leaseback for Owners

Most businesses don’t realize the value that they can attain from their owned real estate by becoming a tenant in sale leaseback arrangement.  Businesses can achieve the following benefits from a sale leaseback:

  • Increase Shareholder Value
  • Long-term control of the property via long-term lease
  • Sublease options to collect rent if they leave or have excess space
  • No financial covenants or personal recourse
  • Depreciating the property at a stepped-up basis
  • Deduction of the interest component of the rent payment
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Corporate Headquarters

4201 West Irving Park Road
Suite 200
Chicago, IL 60641
Phone: 847.226.4133
Phone: 312.310.2798

Greenwich Office

270 Greenwich Avenue
Suite 21
Greenwich, CT 06830
Phone: 203.610.1541

Charlotte Office

13024 Ballantyne
Corporate Plaza
Suite 500
Charlotte, NC 28277
Phone: 704.909.4500

Birmingham Office

120 18th Street South
Suite 201
Birmingham, AL 35233
Phone: 256.694.9803

Los Angeles Office

12655 W Jefferson Blvd.
4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Phone: 407.913.9009

Orange County Office

123 Corporate Plaza Dr.
SuiteĀ 150
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Scottsdale Office

Phone: 312.545.2638

Miami Office

1521 Alton Rd., #732
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 786.443.4950

Our Platform
A Robust & Experienced Network

We have eight (8) offices across the country and a team of 18+ highly focused advisors. Additionally, we partner with top brokers in other markets to achieve superior execution on all our transactions.

Boasting an international buyer platform and proprietary database of over 100,000 contacts and transacting in all single tenant asset classes, STREAM has the broadest reach into the private and institutional real estate capital markets.

Seller Benefits

Sale leaseback transactions enable companies to “unlock” hidden value that is tied up in corporate-owned real estate. In a sale leaseback transaction, a company sells its real estate to a real estate investor and, concurrently with closing on the sale of the property, signs a lease under predetermined negotiated terms. Frequently, sellers can maximize value for the property in a sale leaseback arrangement and realize the tax benefits through deducting 100% of the rent payment.

Buyer Benefits

Buyers of sale leasebacks can work with businesses to structure leases that maximize benefits to the seller, as well as to the buyer. In a sale leaseback arrangement, the lease is negotiated with the buyer allowing for flexibility in negotiation of the final terms of the lease. The buyer can realize the long-term benefits of ownership through stable income from rent payments.

Seller Benefits

A net lease is an existing lease that has been signed by a tenant, typically with a developer or owner. In an absolute net lease, a tenant typically pays for all expenses associated with the property. In other net leases, such as double net leases, the tenant pays for all expenses associated with the property except for roof and structure expenses. The benefit to tenants in signing leases rather than owning properties is that they can scale their footprint without having to tie up their capital in property ownership.

Buyer Benefits

Buyers of net lease properties can acquire these properties with existing leases in place, rather than having to negotiate the leases. Oftentimes net leased properties are leased to blue chip investment grade companies such as Chase or Wal-Mart and this provides buyers with comfort that there is a high probability that the rent will be paid for the full term of the lease.