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would like to invest up to 100K in a business in the greater cleveland area. any thoughts?

asyad shihadeh

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Los Angeles County, CA

I own a large house in cleveland that needs to be rehabbed. The house is on the main street along euclid corridor within the zone of new silver busline It is in commercial zone, one mile from cleveland hospital, its highest and best use would be either apartment building or office building. Once the job is completed, we can share the profit by either flipping it or keep it for rent. You can contact me at: pinkhome33@yahoo.com

Jan 25, 2011
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Does the business have to be in the Cleveland area? I am looking for an investor for a wholesale floral shop in California. I can offer you $ 5,000 a month for an investment of $ 100,000. If you are interested please e-mail me at rebecca_acosta23@yahoo.com

Jan 25, 2011
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Hello. I just noticed your post and thought I would send a quick reply. My name is Chris and my wife and I operate a residential construction company, specializing in completing insurance claim repairs for banks and asset management companies. It is set up more like a construction management company, since we don't personally do any of the work ourselves. We have experienced 300% growth every year for the last 4 years, since we entered this area of construction. It has grown so fast that I have recently began to turn down jobs, so that I do not tarnish my reputation by becoming overwhelmed with too much. I have recently come to the conclusion that it may be beneficial to take the time to discuss a possible partnership with another "entrepreneurial-minded" individual, in order to take this business to the next level a whole lot quicker than the way it's going now. FYI, I have personally been self-employed for the past 14 years. If any of this is of interest to you then feel free to email me at ncrenovation@live.com.

Jan 22, 2011

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