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$300,000 investment

I have a life time saving, and want to start some business in atlanta. do you have any sugestion, what is the safe business now a days????

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Satish Patel
Sunbelt Business Advisors
Middlesex County, MA
Premium Broker

Hi Mohd,
You might find what you are looking for in our database of more than 10k listings.
We are a leading brokerage firm in the New England region and can assist you in finding the right business.
Search through our listings at http://www.sunbeltne.com/buy-sell-business/business-for-sell/advanced-business-search.aspx or register with us at: http://www.sunbeltne.com/register-buyer.aspx for our business broker to assist you one-to-one.

Mark S., mark@sunbeltne.net

Jan 12, 2011
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The Dean Group
Principal
CT

Hi Mohd,

I just finished my website that details how I made $2 million investing using the investment ideas I've come up with. They are based on some things Warren Buffett's started with some help from the hedge fund's spin on his idea.. I started a company, The Dean Group to work with people like you.

Take a look and hopefully we can talk.

http://deangroup.net

Matt

Jan 4, 2011
Javed Rathore
Amro Business Brokers
DuPage County, IL
Premium Broker

its depend on your experience and liking

Dec 30, 2010
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I have a a great concept for you and it is in item business. To be honest you will only need 200k and get a great return on your investment and great exit strategy and most important your money is secured. Not too people mention exit and you will have the opportunty to do so but won't because of its expansion capabilities. Its in a great location and best business sector of town. Contact etorr@hotmail.com if you are still searching.
Thanks.

Dec 30, 2010
Michael Hamlar
Hamlar Enterprises, LLC
Roanoke City County, VA

Mohd Ahmed,

Congrats on your new business venture. I wish we could tell you what the safe business is now a days but to perfectly honest there is none. Not even in the funeral home industry. I own a funeral home and people just aren't dying! No pun intended. Honestly the best advice we can give you would be to find an industry you love, do the research on that industry ,and acquire a buisness after thorough research. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Regards,

Michael Lawrence Hamlar
President & CEO
Hamlar Enterprises, LLC
Hamlar Business Broker
P.O. Box 3336
Roanoke, VA 24015
Office: 1.800.682.1950 ext 101
Fax: 1.800.682.1950
Website: www.hamlarenterprises.com
Email: mike@hamlarenterprises.com
Skype: MHamlar

Jun 11, 2010
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Avi Global Trade

Hi Mohammed! I have a very interesting investment opportunity for you, however, not in Atlanta, it's a globally operating business. If you are interested, please send me your contact me at helloavi@gmx.ch and I will send you the details. Best regards Avi

Jun 10, 2010
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Tom

Nick,

Have the perfect one for you...

BusinessList.com

May 13, 2010
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SPC
SPC
GA

Hi. Would you ever consider investing in a retail business (Gas Station, Convenience Store, Liquor Store, or Hotel). If so, please give me a call at (404) 910-3928. I have many investment opportunities. Thank you.

Apr 15, 2010
Raul Aldama

Mohd,

Commercial Real Estate is today's wealth builder. You can Buy (new or semi-new properties) at
Wholesale prices: Hotel / Multi-Family / Apartment Bldg, etc. Only (1% down payment) required by
lender, see examples below:

Down FMV
Payment Property

$50K = $5MM
$100K = $10MM
$200K = $20MM
and so forth.

Some properties are Class "A" properties, +/- 80% Occupied, +/- 10% Cap, Management in place, and
have Equity in them, etc. We Have Access To Many Different Properties:

REO
MLS
FORECLOSURES
SHORT SALES
MOTIVATED SELLERS

We Offer: The Property and The Financing in One Transaction.

Call me for details: (805)616-2877 (PST) or Email me: commercialfinancing2010@gmail.com

PS. We closed many deals using the 99% Financing, (1% down) Program.

Apr 10, 2010
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BetterCD.com & Desai Builders, LLC
High Yield Investment Notes
Dallas County, TX

We have a passive investment that requires no management and have investors globally. We do invoice factoring. We loan money against accounts receivables of growing companies. Our investors typically get paid quarterly. This is a very consistent investment that will pay 15% annual, paid quarterly.

If this is something of interest to you give me a call or email me

Dax Desai
214-810-1502
dax.desai@gmail.com

Nov 8, 2009
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I can get you $25K mo. with established, reputable business! Buy 1 for $200K- KEEP $100K. These are recession proof, AND actually increase when the market is down! Management INCLUDED! LIVE WHERE YOU LIKE, CHECK ON IT WHENEVER YOU LIKE! THIS IS THE BEST IN THE US right now!! SERIOUSLY!! For Good Fortune-call me for DETAILS! The guys I work with are Great!
Contact: RealEstateSpecialties@ymail.com Looking forward to hearing from you Mohd Ahmed!

Nov 8, 2009
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Try a deli and/or diner. It's hard work, but good rewards and fun. Plus in the right area it is an excellent investment that will grow. And you can do this anywhere there are people. We doesn't like to eat great food?

Nov 8, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Mr. Ahmed, obviously when you tell people you have $300,000, you can see you will get a lot of input. My only caution is that your question can produce some terrible conclusions. Some of the most stable SMALL businesses I have seen recently have been in three (3) areas: Liquor Stores, Discount (Dollar-like) Stores and some Fast Food. BUT...not all do well.

The key in almost any business is LOCATION. I have even seen McDonald's franchises fail, because of poor locations. There are also trends that can affect some businesses that seemed to be very stable or growing. For example, donut sales dropped when the low-carb diets became a fad, and the current media attention to obesity can have a future impact, as well.

These trends normally do not last, but they can be something that would worry you if they occured when you first start or buy a business and you are struggling in the first couple of months. So I would pay attention to future trends, as much as current issues.

As for Real Estate, small deals can be better than larger. There are a LOT of analysts who say the Commercial Real Estate market is still due for a crash. So, the smaller and more careful about the tenants you can be, the better chance you have of avoiding the down side of that market correction.

In Residential Real Estate...I don't know a whole lot about that. It is a growing Rentor market, particularly with all of the foreclosures out there. But getting loans as a landlord, and dealing with the management side of Residential properties are both nightmares, as far as I am concerned. But that last comment is more of a personal bias, and not really a business concern. If you can deal with the people in that context, good for you!

Finally, back to your original question, there are a lot of GOOD businesses. SAFE is another consideration, but I would be very careful not to simply think in terms of ANY business being safe; you need to look at each opportunity, itself. The local market may be very different - good or bad - from the national picture.

Nov 3, 2009
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A.o.A. why you want to start in atlanta. why not some where else.I have alot of experience and knowledge to start a business.You can contact me @ siqbal60@gmail.com
thanks allah hafiz

Nov 2, 2009
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Keep a huge part of your savings and get a good Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening business. Work it for awhile then get another or two or three. Grow the business with the money the business makes then keep your eyes open for the big hit when it comes along.
Jon at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening.

Oct 31, 2009
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Real estate is a good investment right now, Preferable income producing.
contact me for assistance My email is donhilliard@cox.net

Oct 31, 2009
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Mr. Ahmed, Are you looking to access a business from any location or are you looking for a business with real property? What is your background? Any particular industry that you are interested in? Depending on your answers, I have a half dozen potential businesses right off the top of my head available in the $200K - $250K range that could be a good fit for you. I am a broker. Please contact me at globalnerd@yahoo.com if you hafve any questions. Thanks Angie

Oct 30, 2009
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New York County, NY

I have a highly profitable website business that meets your requirements. Please contact me via email for more information. My email address is: johnmayfair99@gmail.com

Oct 12, 2009
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HI Mr Mohd.
I am in the Restaurant Business for a long time. If you need help call me.

Roque: 201-729-1766

Oct 8, 2009
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Hello Mr. Ahmed, I have several sellers interested in selling relocatable businesses with products and services used by consumers every day. Industries such as health related, cell phones, membership services etc. are all very good investments even during a bad economy. The ones that I have have financials to prove their income. Make sure you see the financials of any business you decide to purchase and not just a "projected" amount of income. Any questions, you can contact Angie at globalnerd@yahoo.com, best of luck to you.

Oct 8, 2009
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Franchise Advisory Group
PA

Mohd, I would suggest to look into healthcare and auto repair. I have been in both industries and still continue to be in the auto repair industry. People get sick and cars break down in any economic conditions. I'll be more than happy to discuss further. david@franchiseadvisorygroup.net

Oct 8, 2009

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