Propco

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Definition of 'Propco'


An abbreviation for property company. Propcos are most often used to describe a subsidiary company that exists to hold or own a parent or operating company's income-generating real estate. The property company owns all of the real estate and related debt, providing the parent or operating company with advantages related to financing and credit rating issues.

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This type of arrangement allows the operating company to rent or lease property from the property company. Sometimes the operating company will spin the property company off as a real estate investment trust (REIT) for tax advantages.

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