We are a team dedicated to improving real estate outcomes for small and medium businesses and the brokers who support them. We use a combination of software, data science, and customer-centric processes to make transacting in real estate fast, fair and transparent.

    Yes, Keyway will buy the property directly from you.

    We will tell you if we’re interested in 24 hours, and our goal is to provide an initial offer within 2 business days.

    We are ready to transact quickly following receipt of a signed LOI (“Letter of Intent”), however, we are flexible and willing to work with your closing requirements.

    We are focused on transactions under $25M.

    Yes, agents are an integral part of Keyway’s customer base---we developed our platform to make closing a transaction faster and easier for agents and their clients. It is our goal that agents consider Keyway a reliable buyer with whom they can have a continuing prosperous relationship.

    No, we’re a new type of buyer in the market.

    Our goals are aligned with yours, whether you’re a seller or a broker; our new approach to real estate transactions means that you’ll have a simpler, faster, and more trustworthy process without sacrificing any value.

    A sale-leaseback is a transaction whereby a company sells their real estate and leases it back from the purchaser.

    Generates Cash: The seller is able to create liquidity that was once tied up in a physical asset. Cash can then be used to expand the business, invest in the business, paydown other debt, or provide liquidity for personal reasons (buying a new home, retiring, college, etc.)

    Alternative Financing: Sale-leasebacks allow sellers to structure the lease term to avoid traditional lending payment structures. Sale-leasebacks may also provide buyers with lower interest rates, which can translate to reduced rental payments to the seller.

    Improves the Company Fundamentals: Sellers are able to replace a fixed asset with a current asset such as cash in a sale-leaseback. The seller’s rent obligation is disclosed to the balance sheet, not a liability, thus increasing the ratio of current assets to current liabilities on the books. Rent is also a deductible business expense for tax purposes.

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