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Need a financer to invest in C-store

I am looking for a private invester to put some money for C-store.I have worked 7 years in C-store. I am willing to work full time and ready to give the owner 50% partnership eventhough you don't show up at the business. I work hard and I am stady person. All I want is someone to invest money for the business. call me at my cell 732-589-8160

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Ronny Yum
Lend Factory
Vice President of Sales
Austin County, TX

Hello Nikesh,

We have multitude of lending sources as well as being a direct lender for STATED residential investment property and commercial loans.
-Alternative Business Loans
-Equipment Loans
-Equipment Loans
-Unsecured Line of Credit
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and more......

Please call me to discuss opportunities. 512-774-1999

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United Business Brokers
Maricopa County, AZ

Assuming you could put something down as part of the venture, (say 20-30 percent of the purchase price), and you'd be willing to take a corresponding percentage stake in the company (20-30%) , you may be on to something. Of course, you'd also be able to then work for an agreed upon salary in the company.

Figure out a way to structure the deal so an investor gets a return - it's simple but you have to think a little bit.

C-stores are not my cup of tea - but good luck.

Jun 29, 2009
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Sadly, this is not an uncommon question. Forgive my tone, but I think it makes sense to "nip this in the bud." You hope to attract an investor to an opportunity by offering them 50% of it (this is not yours to offer)... how generous. Lets think about this backwards. Lets say you had $100k to invest in a business. Option 1: You could just buy a business (owing 100%) and hire a Manager for about $40K a year in Salary (if it is existing, you just keep the old manager). Option 2: you could partner with a manager AND pay the manager (I would assume you would want a salary) AND then give them half of the business that you paid 100% for.... Do you see my point? I don't want to be harsh, but to attract an investor you MUST think the offer through from the investor's standpoint AND make it attractive to them. You also shouldn't assume someone will just give you a substantial equity interest in a business where you have nothing "at risk." I would MAYBE ask for 10% of the business and negociate some buy-ins or other methods of increasing your stake in the store... You won't attract any money heading down your current path...

Jun 26, 2009
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How to Buy a Business

Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Strangers don't give strangers money. You need to have a relationship of trust first before there is any possibility of money being invested.

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Jun 26, 2009