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Retailers gravitate to sale-leaseback arrangements

Sale-leaseback transactions, such as the one recently signed by Bed Bath & Beyond, remain a popular strategy with retailers seeking an "asset-light" footprint. This approach allows companies to "unlock the value of their real estate while still maintaining operational control," says John Feeney of The Boulder Group.

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