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Selecting Good Finance Brokers
How To Select Good Finance Brokers - Four Tips
An entrepreneur looking for funds to purchase a company will be smart to interview business finance brokers and & select the individual who can best help get the right type of financing, terms, & conditions needed to acquire a good established business, opportunity or franchise (new or resale).  
Four Key Steps To Buy A Business
Four Key Steps To Buy A Business With SBA-Backed Financing
Following the major steps to buy a business with SBA-backed financing, prospective owners need to begin preparing even before a suitable purchase candidate has been identified. Here are four of the key steps to be taken early in the project.  
Business Purchase Acquisition Financing Information
Business Purchase Financing From BizBuyFinancing
Work with a specialty loan broker. We have relationships with lending decision makers that most people do not. BizBuyFinancing has helped thousands of aspiring business owners just like you secure business purchase financing. Learn more about how we can help you secure business acquisition financing.  
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.  
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.  


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"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

"Your loan funding Total Pre-Qualification & Guaranteed Loan Program has been an extremely valuable and a value added service. Anything to help qualify..."
- K. Kramer, Broker

"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

"Peter found a niche lender that was willing to loan me the money I needed to buy the restaurant I wanted that my local bank was not able to help me du..."
- Greg Randall, Buyer

"I appreciate your prompt response time on being able to contact bank credit managers direct and obtain loan terms so quickly. I know the alternative r..."
- K. Schmidt, 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

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