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Have 100k to put down for a business in massachusetts

I have approximately 100k to put down for a business that nets 70k-80k a year...Not sure what type of business i'd be interested in but i know I'm not interested in Food, Liquor or Gas stations.

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Steven Fox
Commodity Trader
Franklin County, MA

We can get you double that amount for investing in unleaded gasoline.
Boston, Ma

Jun 9, 2010
Terri Bollman-Wyzkoski
MainStreet Bank
Sr. Commercial Lender
Fairfax County, VA


You're just the type of investor to whom banks want to lend. Why? Because you have resources available to contribute as owner injection to any project you purchase. You may or may not require financing, but you are in a position of strength when you have resources.

When you identify a business (or during the process), BLS can identify the most appropriate financing option for your financial scenario. We're a commercial loan broker firm that provides packaging and placement of loans on behalf of our clients nationwide. We are staffed with former commercial lenders who know how to structure loan requests and who know how to deal with banks to get the most favorable terms and conditions for you.

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We will act as advocate and counselor from the moment prior Purchase Agreement is inked and all the way to the closing table. We can even value a business so you know if the price you're paying is a discount or a premium. Check out of website and then give us a call while you search for the right business.

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May 27, 2010
Satish Patel
Sunbelt Business Advisors
Middlesex County, MA
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Mark S.,

May 18, 2010
Harry & Sally Vaishnav
Angel Business Advisors
Oakland County, MI


Typically in food, liquor or gas station business you can expect 15-25% annual return on sales. Not sure if you are planning to take out any loan on top of 100K. If you don't you may not be able to buy a viable business for 100K that will give you the kind of return you are expecting.

You might want to spend additional time detailing your plans and how to go about it.

Good luck with your venture.

May 18, 2010
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You can invest half of that with me for a risk-free business that nets minimum 50k annually. After six months we'll have the option to continue its operation for a monthly recurring income or sell the business for a hefty return. We will sign an NDA to secure both parties. For the last two years i've been exposed to the industry, studied its ins and outs and it's only now, in my 10th year of residency on the internet that i've come to finally see the opportunities surrounding me. I have worked with the best and known the rules. I got all the skills, talent, help I need, except for one thing - Capital. So i thought finding a partner/investor is my only option. I have already presented this idea to a couple of investors, but i think they're still tied to the "traditional" method of "doing business" so I can't blame them if they're still undecided.

I believe in the saying, "strike while the iron is hot," which is why I am offering this proposal to you. Indeed what we'll be entering is a current, HOT market, with strong competition but also with endless growth and earning potential...for those who know what they're doing. We won't be the early birds but definitely we're not late in the game. We just need to BE there, with the tickets.

Please contact me on my profile email for further details.

You'll be dealing and working with someone whose passion is bigger than the size of his/her pockets. :)

May 18, 2010

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