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I am looking to use my 15 years of experience in the retail sporting goods field to buy an existing business

I am looking to use my operational experience in the sporting goods sector to purchase a business with 100% financing. I have expertise in all areas and looking for the right opportunity. Payment to seller would come via income from business. I am in the FL Panhandle area, but would consider anything in ga, s. ala and florida.

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Daniel- there are several national/regional companies with these types of deals in place. Fleet Feet for example has one where you enter into a 2-3 year operational agreement with a salary during that time as well. I was looking to find one a smaller scale, with the hopes of having more control over inventory, advertising, etc.

Apr 15, 2015
Daniel Kohler
Blackburn & Fears Inc
FL

Ivan, who do you imagine the seller is? Any strong retail establishment will sell for cash (perhaps some seller paper) so you are looking at a location that cannot sell in the traditional way - so what needs to be 'wrong' with the seller for them to entertain such a deal? If the inventory is under a floorplan count on the supplier NOT agreeing to this deal. It is also unlikely the landlord will agree to this. No money down is a tough 'sell'.

Apr 15, 2015

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