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Curious as I am looking for the first time at possibly purchasing a business The gross income is for a year a

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I have a franchise, open yours in 60 days , I am not a broker , I am the Owner.
Please email me at jksinternational@gmail.com

Jul 18, 2014
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Jul 17, 2014
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IC Tool Suite
Sarasota County, FL

Hello,

If you go out and seek funding I may be able to assist.

FUNDING AMOUNTS * (50K - $150K per individual - spouse or partner can double the fund amount - average week processing time 4-12 weeks based on credit report)

NO COLLATERAL REQUIRED - UNSECURED - MINIMUM DOCUMENTATION - NO DOWN PAYMENT

GOOD CREDIT SCORE REQUIRED * (700 or better with minimal inquiries and late pays, a lower score delays processing time)

FUNDING NEEDS TO BE RUN THROUGH A CORPORATION THAT IS 2 YEARS OR OLDER OR ONE WILL HAVE TO BE PURCHASED

MOST RATES RANGE FROM 7% - 10% FOR QUALIFIED CLIENTS. CLIENTS WHO SEEK AMOUNTS LESS THAN $100K MAY SEE RATES FROM 10% - 13%. (Application fees normally $1000 - $1500 - costs substantially less in fees/interest than most Banks or SBA loans)

FLEXIBLE PLANS WITH EASY APPLICATION PROCESS

CASH AVAILABLE FOR ANY USE

Another Alternative:

If you have money in a 401K, IRA or other Pension Accounts you can also use those funds to establish a business legitimately! You DO NOT incur penalties to do this!! A set up fee would be required and you would need to establish a "C' corporation. I minimum of two people must be on payroll and you would have to one of them.

Please let me know how I can further assist in your quest to seek money.

Kind regards,

John Briches
Account Executive
Macro Business Capital
941-447-8370
johnbriches@mbcfunds.com
www.mbcfunds.com/johnbriches

Sep 7, 2010
Harry & Sally Vaishnav
Angel Business Advisors
President
Oakland County, MI

Daryl

I suggest you work with e buyer broker to find a suitable business for you. The broker may also advise you on the buying process; particularly since you are first time buyer.

If you are looking for help in preparing a Business Plan or performing Due Diligence to analyze the financial statements of the seller we can help with that. Visit our web site at http://www.angelbusinessadvisors.com/services.htm to get more details. We have worked with number of businesses with great success.

Sep 2, 2010
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Have a look at this: http://www.bizbuysell.com/cgi-bin/addetail?J=bbs&q=553860

Aug 30, 2010
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Corporate Financiers
President

I am an experienced fortune 100 banker (merrill lynch) with an accounting background (U. of Michigan and Northwestern). I arrange financing for businesses nationwide. Importantly, I am an advisor first and intermediary 2nd. I offer guidance through the entire loan process.

Jul 27, 2010
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

Darly,

Biz2Credit (www.biz2credit.com) helps entrepreneurs to get acquisition financing. We have 100 plus banks offering 150 financial products. Register for free and chose the case manager option. we will help you wall through the loan process.

Jul 26, 2010
Julie A. Barnes, CPA
Small Business Exchange, Inc.
Travis County, TX

Hello Daryl,

I'm curious too. Could you please provide us with the remainder of your question?

Thanks
Julie A. Barnes, CPA
President, SBX, Inc.
http://www.AustinBusinessesForSaleBlog.com

Jul 26, 2010

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