“Sale-and-lease-back” – more capital for the core business and a reliable landlord

A sale-and-lease-back transaction gives property owners the opportunity to free up liquidity for innovations and investments. At the same time, they benefit from professional tenant management from BEOS.

BEOS AG is a reliable real estate partner for medium-sized companies.

A sale-and-lease-back of their property enables companies to release equity tied up in real estate.

However, in contrast to traditional leasing models, we at BEOS offer our clients more than just pure financing solutions. Instead, we develop bespoke, medium to long-term sale-and-lease-back models designed specially to address the specific requirements of each individual company. These include flexible contract structures with renewal options and special termination rights. In addition, companies can continue to operate largely independently as tenants.


Thanks to our tailored solutions, past clients have been able to increase liquidity for their core business, react flexibly to evolving market conditions, optimise business processes and raise the value of their companies.


Since specialising in the acquisition and revitalisation of corporate real estate in 2002, BEOS has concluded numerous sale-and-lease-back transactions with some of the biggest and best names in German and international industry, including Siemens, Daimler, Mahle, Kodak, BOA, Deutsche Post, Alcatel and many more.

Objects in our portfolio

Logistics property on Adam-Opel-Strasse in the middle of the “Bremen Industrial Park

The logistics property has a site area of around 31,000 m² and is divided into two construction phases. The first construction phase was built in 1998, the second in 2015. Both construction phases are divided into storage and order-picking areas and office space. This building structure ensures good divisibility – and thus a high degree of third-party usability – of the property.


Production site in Stutensee near Karlsruhe

The production site on Lorenzstraße in Stutensee near Karlsruhe is made up of eight buildings. Of the 60,147 square metres of total rental space, around 42,000 square metres are production space and 11,482 square metres are office space. A photovoltaic system was built on about 55 per cent of the roof area in 2012.

Elsenstr. in Berlin-Treptow

The traditional brick building in Elsenstraße has its origins in 1895 as a “piano factory”. Fritz Neumeyer, owner of the factory, had the building constructed for the production of various upright and grand pianos. Around six years after its opening, the property was subject to frequent changes of use, which meant that it served as a production facility for household appliances and telecommunications equipment, among other things.

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