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Looking for SBA loan for franchise with 165 startup, I have at least 50 to put down, any recommendations?

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Nov 20, 2016
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Sunbelt Business Sales & Acquisitions NE
CBI, Senior Business Broker

Todd, Franchise Start up loans are usually easier to secure than existing business acquisition loans. Your downpayment is also above the 20-30% minimum therefore if the rest of the loan is collaterized and the franchisor is well ranked with the SBA you should be able to have multiple lenders. Please contact me directly if you need any referrals. Mariola Andoni

Jul 6, 2009
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Broker Consulting Services
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New York County, NY

I have a franchise in boston and in pa with funding by owner and sba
Joe DiBello 508-965-8848 no brokers please

Jul 3, 2009
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The BAF Group LLC

It depends upon the business, itself. If you want to call me tomorrow, I will try to point you in the right direction. (410) 715-0700.

Jul 1, 2009

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