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Hello, is a financing for a fast food business possible when i putting down 50% ? Kind regards

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Corporate Financiers
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I arrange financing for businesses nationwide. Importantly, I am an advisor first and intermediary 2nd. I offer guidance through the entire loan process. Let me know if I can be of assistance. I am an experienced fortune 100 banker (merrill lynch) with an accounting background (U. of Michigan and Northwestern).No obligation and no cost to the borrower. I have QSR lending experience.

Jul 27, 2010
Harry & Sally Vaishnav
Angel Business Advisors
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Oakland County, MI

Fernando

It's not impossible; but certainly challenging. In this difficult lending environment most banks will ask for some collateral when lending you the money. You might want to ask franchise to see if they have any financing options.

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.

Jul 20, 2010
Steven Stokes
Business Buying Monster
Los Angeles County, CA

It really depends on the franchiser. Some require a down payment and minimum net worth. Other do not care as long as you have the money. Or anything between the two.

If you're buying from an independent or small business owner then anything is possible. I have seen businesses bought with 5% down and others bought for all cash. It's your negotiation skills of you and your team that will make the difference in the down payment. There is NOT a standard down payment amount needed - regardless of what your broker may tell you.

Hope this helps.

Jul 20, 2010
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Hi Fernando,

How much is the business and how much is your down payment? I would say most likely yes, depending on your credit. If you want to invest your money instead, I have someone looking for an investor to invest $ 150,000 for a term of 1-3 years at a very good return rate. If you want more information, please e-mail me at alex_mahe@yahoo.com

Jul 20, 2010
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

Fernando,

Is it a franchise or your own brand. How much experience you have in this industry plus it is a startup or you are buying a well establisehd business. We at Biz2Credit (www.biz2credit.com) can help you in getting the acquistion financing for the business. Register for free and take the help of the case manager to get started.

We have over 100 lenders offering 150 plus products.

Jul 19, 2010

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