What could be your financing strategy for dollar range properties?

I noticed that most of lender would only provide a financing term that shorter than lease term for single tenant property, so owner will have to seek refinance/resell at a time when the initial lease would expire within months time. This is a situation I don't know how to deal with, anyone who would like to share your experience regarding financing strategy for net lease property purchasing?
In Buying Property - Asked by Xiuyuan W. - Jan 3, 2015
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PMC C.
Owner/Investor
Plano, TX

A "Master lease" guarantying rent for the desired financing term may be acceptable to the lender.

Jan 5, 2015
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Robert L.
Muskegon, MI

Looking for a hotel lease with option to buy at a five year arm with no money down!

Jan 7, 2015
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Andrew S.
Broker/Agent
Beverly Hills, CA

These type of limitations are only true if you go through with a conventional commercial business financing. If you choose to apply for financing through the SBA the terms are much more favorable with longer terms that would extend past the term of the lease. You can visit my site http://www.northstreetlending.com/birmf to see all the SBA options.

Jan 12, 2015
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