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Need financing for a business acquisition....willing to payback 10%-20% interest

I will need between $100k-$200k or 50% of the cost of the deal the sellers will finance the other portion.
I have 570 credit score last checked. My email is

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May 31, 2017
Sophia Mason
Merchant Advisors
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Middlesex County, CT

Business experts often say that it costs less to buy an existing business than to build one from the ground up. If you are an entrepreneur looking into purchasing a business, there are a few items to consider when seeking financing for the acquisition that may strengthen your viability as a loan candidate and your ability to tap into a variety of potential financing sources.

Most lenders will want to review your business plan, and you should also determine the economic status and value of the business you're considering buying. Review the financials and consider having your banker and/or trusted financial advisor also review the numbers. Ascertain the value of the business, including any equipment, real estate, inventory and other assets.
When seeking financing, consider these lending sources:

Family, friends or "angel" investors. Lenders will likely expect the buyer to provide between 20 percent and 50 percent of the capital upfront. If you do not have the initial capital to invest in the business, consider borrowing from family and/or friends. Another option may be "angel" investors--wealthy individuals who make equity investments in businesses at the early stages. They typically have expertise in the fields of businesses in which they invest and can also offer their resources and contacts.
Seller financing. Consider asking the seller if he or she can provide financing for the sale of all or some of the business. In some cases, sellers may provide a very reasonable interest rate. Some seller financing can also prompt other lenders to invest in the venture.
U. S. Small Business Administration. Many lenders across the country offer small-business loans guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). These loans may provide more lenient and flexible financing for qualifying borrowers.
Financial institutions. While the industry is still in the midst of a tight credit market, the fundamentals for loan qualification remain important. They include demonstrating positive cash flow, solid management experience, industry expertise and a strong credit report. Banking relationships are also a significant part of the equation. It is important to cultivate and maintain a relationship with your banker, keeping him/her well-informed about your business experience within a particular industry. Many banks, also have special lending programs for women-, minority- and disabled-veteran-owned businesses. You can also try funding program.

Nov 1, 2013
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I have advised several people who need business finances to contact private lenders, but I do not know if they would be able to offer you that amount, but I did get my loan of $25,000 from a private lender Huntington micro loans at an incredibly low interest rate. I was initially weary of them when I was asked to make a security deposit of $1k, as I have been previously burnt in the past by fake lenders online. But my daughter asked me to take my chance on them and i was shocked when I got my $25,000 in my account just 24 hours after I made my security deposit to them for an insurance cover. They are a reliable company to deal with for genuine loan request, you can contact them via their email I do not have any other previous loan obligation so do not know if that's why I got my approval so soon. So my advice is to contact them, because the banks are asking for outrageous interest and stifling conditions. Thank you.
Lizzy Cornwell

Sep 3, 2013

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