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Looking for creative financing? Anyone know where to look?

I am looking to buy a few businesses and some have seller financing options. I want to get creative on financing and since a lot of bank financing has dried up I would like to know where to look for individuals or organizations that financing small business purchases.

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Courtesy Deposits

Add our product to your loan package. Its creative and hard for a bank to turn down.

Aug 12, 2009
Angela Ziegler
Sovereignty Financial Group
Helping Business Owners Achieve Their Dreams

I am an intermediary for a group of private investors that offer debt financing, equity or a blend. We lend to solvent buyers with solid projects. Our minimum lending amount is $500K. Send me a message for more info.

Jul 27, 2009
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How to Buy a Business

There's "creative financing" that works and "creative financing" that's just silly. I was a broker for ten years before moving into buying businesses. During those years I had the privilege of watching and learning deal-making from a couple of mini-Kirk Kerkorians My free newsletter covers some of these tactics.

To find investors, you will need to dig through your personal networks. They need to either know and trust you personally or know and trust the person who refers you to them. You won't find investors over the Net.

Jul 22, 2009
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Thomas Group, LLC
President & CEO
Fulton County, GA

Creative financing expert available for consultation.
I recently purchased a processing plant in GA for $1M+. No income check, no credit check, and less than $30K for down payment and closing cost.

Jul 21, 2009

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