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If you have 77k with no established credit but have a co-signer. What banks will lend 112k to 160k?

If you have 77k with no established credit but have a co-signer. What banks will lend between 112k to 160k for start-up business?

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Jun 6, 2017
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banks wont, you will have to use private financing companies, and pay fairly high rates, likely upfront fees rolled into the loan, making the total cost quite expensive. Try to get the seller to finance the balance secured by the business at a fair interest rate (these days 6% or so for a secured junk credit)

Oct 15, 2010
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Be wary of the fees involved if you could even get a loan. Don't pay an upfron fee and make sure you don't sign anything that says you owe a loan broker money if they can finance you but you turn down the offer. A lender once wanted me to sign an agreement that I would owe them 5k if they could get me financed even if I turned down the offer. I asked the lender before I signed what fees, interest were involved in getting a loan and he said he couldn't tell me until I signed the agreement. I found out later they charged huge fees, high interest and ten points upfront. Thankfully I looked over the fine print and never signed.
Make sure you have a good business plan and make sure your co signer is willing to put up collateral. It would prolly be better if you tried for an existing biz with proven cash flow rather than a start up.
With 77k down you have a good shot at getting owner financing for something if you look hard enough. Don't forget due dilligence!

Oct 15, 2010
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Mr. Singletary, please contact me at mgoebel9@gmail.com. I have a couple lenders who may be able to help you.
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Michelle Goebel

Oct 14, 2010

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