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Does anyone know lenders that lend on cash flow versus assets?

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Steven St
World Business Partners, Inc
Los Angeles County, CA

There are several companies that lend on cash flow depending on the type of cash flow you are talking about and how much you are willing to pay or discount you are willing to take from that cash flow.

If you can be more specific about the type of cash flow I may be able to better point you in a direction to find what you are looking for.

Apr 25, 2009
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Triple R Mergers and Acquisitions
Henderson County, NC

Yes, my company has several products that are based on cash flow. If you would like a free consultation to see if we can meet your needs please contact Rob Ritch at 800-368-1498 or email me at

Apr 9, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC

If you are talking about a business acquisition, a Bank that does SBA is your best bet. We deal with Wachovia, but the trick there is that not every Wachovia branch has someone that really knows SBA lending. If you are talking about borrowing for a business you currently own, again SBA could be a possible source, or you might want to seek the services of a "factor". It is uncertain how to answer any further, because I don't have anough information. You may want to call us to discuss it: Don Barrick at (410) 715-0700.

Apr 7, 2009

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