what's the best way to finance a NNN property? creative ideas please?

I have enough cash for 10% down - any ideas on helping achieve my dream?
In Buying Property - Asked by Andrew M. - Dec 9, 2010
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Mike Q.
Broker/Agent
Tooele, UT

Research new SBA, local programs for your area with City, County, or State programs. If all else fails, help the Owners to understand the advantages of Seller carrybacks. Short terms of course! 5 yr calls work great in our area.

Dec 10, 2010
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Peter C.
Broker/Agent
Grand Rapids, MI

Andrew, normally bank financing for good credit NNN deals require 25 to 30% down. Lenders are not allowing seller notes in most cases to bridge the additional equity requirement, so it is hard to make 10% work. Let me know the following info and I may be able to help you with some ideas.
1. Amount of cash you want to invest
2. Type of tenant you want
3. Regional area you want to invest in (state)
Peter Colvin, National Director of Single Tenant Investments-Sperry Van Ness

Dec 10, 2010
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Glen W.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Atlanta, GA

An alternative to bank financing if you need to finance a deal quickly is hard money. Many borrowers use hard money to quickly acquire a property and then put longer term financing on the property

Dec 12, 2010
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Thomas R.
Broker/Agent
Bonita Springs, FL

Have a long term Triple A tenant!

Dec 16, 2010
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Jeff R.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Birmingham, MI

I would say its more like 35 -40%. Non of our lenders will currently do 30%. SBA financing is definatly not an option as that is for owner user financing only. Has to be conventional type financing.

Dec 24, 2010
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Drew R.
Owner/Investor
Austin, TX

Consider co-ownership equity investment. There are several NNN properties and even large portfolios of NNN properties where you can invest for as little as $25,000 in equity. The debt is already in-place and is non-recourse
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DReynolds@Realized1031.com

Oct 4, 2016
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