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I would be happy to speak to you about this loan. It is considered a startup loan for you but we can use the last 2yrs financials from the previous owner. If you would like to discuss this loan request further, please email me at mailto:email@example.com. regards.
Best of luck if you purchase the business in NC.
I suggest that anybody going into or buying pre-existing business should contact your local of SCORE
or visit SCORE online. SCORE is FREE and helps people going into business.
SCORE can NOT give you money, BUT they know the local bankers.
It is great that you will be buying a pre-existing business that you can see GROW.
In America NOTHING is ridiculous. Good luck, LUCKIEST
I am surprised that you never followed up on this post.
Have you found the financing you were looking for?
Business Acquisitions are becoming more and more popular.
I would honestly like to speak to you more about this deal.
corpcons08, how can I contact you? I would also really like to speak to you more about my post topic.
Thank you for the message.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I am in the process of negotiating the purchase of a small business here in Western NC where I live and have a few questions about the loan process. First, since it is a pre-existing business will there be anything labeled as "Start-up"? Second, the gorss sales for last year are reported as being at just under $50,000, but that was done only working 3 days a week. I plan working 5 days a week which will increase the sales along with other ideas I have that will increase sales. That being said, is it ridiculous to ask for a $30,000 loan? Third, I am of Hispanic descent, are there additional grants or loans I should look for that give benefits to my descent?