The BizBuySell Small Business Community

  • Get Expert Advice

  •  • Find Local Service Professionals

  •  • Share Your Experiences

I have $80K to start up a business or buy an existing business in the Portland Metro Area prefer downtown.

No User Photo

Answer This Question

max 5000 characters

Web Reference (optional)

e.g., "www.mywebsite.com"

Review Community Guidelines

Help keep our Community clean and on topic. The BizBuySell Community is a place where you can discuss your questions, concerns and knowledge with others you can trust. It is not OK to use this forum to solicit others for personal or financial gain, or to rant about personal issues. It's all in the guidelines.

Submit Your Answer
Answers (6)
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Hello James,
Can you think outside the box? If you can you might look at the possibilities of a cash business that can grow as quickly as you want it to. Check our site at www.edgemasteroforegon.com and see if it fits. Thanks, Jon at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening.

Jan 11, 2011
No User Photo
Corporate Financiers
President

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.

Jul 27, 2010
No User Photo

James,

Would you be interested in buying a towncar business? E-mails us at pioneer@towncarservice.com

Jul 2, 2010
No User Photo
FL

check with local business brokers. They would know the local market and would be able to guide you to the right investment.

Jul 1, 2010
No User Photo
Biz2Credit LLC
New York County, NY

James,

In case you are looking to finance the business acquisition, check out www.biz2credit.com

We at Biz2Credit have over 75 banks and 130 products to match your varied business credit needs across the country. You can fill out a free loan application on www.biz2credit.com and see your options and decide to work with lenders either on your own or through a dedicated case manager from Biz2Credit at a low monthly cost. Once you get matched with a lender, you can use the document management system to upload and maintain all the documents , share it with lenders and other partners you work with. Also being a registered member helps you to get free updates on new lenders ,lending product and tools to build and manage your business credit from our partner, Dun & Bradstreet

Jun 2, 2010
No User Photo

James, would you consider an established business as an absentee owner? If so, I have something in mind for you. You can contact me at mgoebel9@gmail.com
Kind Regards
Michelle Goebel

Jun 1, 2010

Start a Discussion