there are several ways, Master Lease, Owner financing, Options, and using a dpa program (down payment assistance) they will make your down payment for you but they charge a 10 fee at closing
Depends on the situation. Tough these days but it can be done.--Gregory Garver - Commercial Real Estate Broker Broker License# 01716531 (415)225-9894 firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb Reference: http://www.gregorygarver.com
Good luck, it is very rare if at all to get no money down. Ask yourself why you want no money down in the first place and really consider your answer. If you are cash strapped then you really don't want to start a business and buying commercial real estate is buying a business. SBA loans allow for only 10% down and no fees which is really the best deal going. Don't get into something that will cost your personal credit and possible bankruptcy because it seems like a good deal.
If your desired purchase is on the East Coast of the US, and the seller is willing to hold 50%, with a purchase price between $1,000,00 and $3,000,000 - please call Glory at 847-245-4600 - maybe I can assist you!
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