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How much would an ABSENTEE business that nets 100k a year cost to buy? Is it possible to not/barely work?

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We are financial consultants to a group of investors whom we have their consent to manage their funds which is in our custody for cooperation in joint venture business investments.

Our areas of interest include Property Development and real estate, Health Care, Education and training, Mining and exploration, Energy, oil and gas,Technology, Software development, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Finance Services and Leisure.However, all viable proposals within reason will be considered.

Funds shall be made available to you as a direct investment loan at 3% interest rate per annual for a period of 2 or 30 years depending on what you prefer. You may contact us if you have interesting investment proposal for possible business collaboration for our study.

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Jun 10, 2017
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Freedom Business Brokers
Orange County, CA

Michael
i have listed a business that nets 60k a year and you just have to pickup money .
This is based in orange County California
Sid0653@hotmail.com

Dec 7, 2010
Fred Hensley
New Beginnings Franchise Consulting, Inc
Franchise Consultant/Broker
Denton County, TX

I don't know of anything that fits this question immediately but I know of many franchises that can get you in the position of limited work hours after you put in 2 -3 years of solid work building the business, training a good staff, etc.

Dec 2, 2010

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