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I am looking to purcase my first Business. I am in need to find financing the business is going to be in the

computer technology field. I have worked with computers for a while never have been paid to do it. All help would be greatly appritated

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Yogendra (Yogi) Sandesara
BBN & ASSOCIATES, INC- MCFS
Consultant/ Director/Broker Network
Harris County, TX

Dear Robert,
We can Assist you, and funding in Computer Technology in field.
Please send me loan scenario with how much Credit score? how much you want to purchase?How much you can bring down payment?
We can help you, Funding for Computer technology based on cash flow?

Apr 17, 2010
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I can help you. Contact me with your information. ep@pfmin.com

Apr 3, 2010
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Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

For a startup loan , I recommend going to www.biz2credit.com and completing a free financing request and getting matched with an SBA 7a lender. The system hosts a large network of SBA lenders that manage their general qualification criteria on the system. If you're not matched with an institution, the system will tell you what parameters you didn't meet and what you can do in the future to build your creditworthiness.

Hope this helps and good luck starting your business!
Web reference: www.Biz2Credit.com

Feb 15, 2010
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How to Buy a Business
WA

Work out where the money will come from before you waste the seller's time. Many buyers discover that they don't have a clue how or where to get the money after they have wasted a few hours of people's time.

Feb 8, 2010
Robert Cutler
Attorney
New York County, NY

The first questions that any lender is going to ask are: how much money to do you need? what is your financial situation (i.e. do you have good credit and positive net worth)? What assets do you have that you can you put up as collateral for the loan? What relevant experience do you have in the business? You need to know the answers to these questions before you go any further.

Feb 8, 2010

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