Recent Deals Funded:
Trailer Dealership With Real Estate ...
Liquor Store / Market - $590K - Modi...
Franchise Postal Mailbox Shipping Se...
Insurance Agency - $257K - IRA Conve...
Dental Practice - $817K - SBA Loan W...
Chiropractic Practice - $552K - SBA ...
Card Operated Laundry With Real Esta...
Mailbox Store Franchise - $135K - Ga...


Share This Info:
BizBuyFinancing Blog & Articles




Business Purchase Financing Information

Previous   Page 1 2 3 4   Next      


Loans And Buying A Business Employees
Warning: Loan To Buy A Small Business Might Not Come Through If Workers Aren’t Employees
The application for a loan to buy a business might get rejected if the lender does not approve of the way the workers in that business are compensated. Buyers need to be cautioned about this potential problem if an interesting business opportunity uses workers listed as independent contractors.  
Retirment Fund Financing Business Purchase
Using Your Retirement Funds To Finance A Business Purchase
The idea of accessing your retirement funds to help finance a business purchase has not been frequently considered by business buyers, but it can be a great strategy for getting that extra cash needed to close a deal. More business purchasers have begun to discover the benefits about this approach.  
How To Get Financing To Buy A Business
How To Get Financing To Buy A Business With Weak Credit
A would be entrepreneur with an imperfect credit history can get financing to buy a business. The strategy is to show considerable strength in other areas important to a creditor and select the right financial institution.  
Needed To Finance A Business Purchase
Pre-Qualification Needed To Finance A Business Purchase
When planning to get a bank loan to finance a business or franchise purchase, business buyers sometimes think "instant pre-qualification" for funding is all they need. Then they discover it has no value; that they should have become pre-qualified by submitting all information required.  
Seller Financing Small Business
Seller Financing Small Business Transactions Becoming Common Practice
Business buyers typically look for seller financing small business opportunities, rather than deals requiring all cash. The owner willing to help fund the purchase (through a seller carry note) of his company provides the buyer and other lenders some reassurance that the deal is sound.  


Previous   Page 1 2 3 4   Next      

"Before I came to BizBuyFinancing (referral from a business broker) I went to many banks for my gas station purchase and most of them couldn't see the ..."
- Abdul M., Buyer

"Early in the process of searching for and writing an offer on several FedEx delivery routes many lenders told me they couldn't fund such deals. I just..."
- Yun T.

"We just closed on our new business. Thanks for all your help and guidance throughout the loan process. Our first attempt at getting financing through ..."
- M. Monahan, Buyer

"When I originally envisioned selling my interest in the company to the other stockholder, I was very concerned in carrying a large note back, since he..."
- M. Petersen, Seller

"Great job! My deal/loan was being botched by another lender I had selected who didn't really care and was going to fall through because of their unpro..."
- Dr. P. Darvas, Buyer

"First let me let you know it was a positive feeling of knowing you were in my corner looking out for my interests in the 3 deals we looked at getting ..."
- S. Mehra, Buyer

"BizBuyFinancing recently helped me secure a $1.2 million SBA loan for the purchase of this company. Without a doubt, they were instrumental in my succ..."
- A. Grimalda, Buyers

See All Testimonials