Financing a Business

Are you searching our business for sale by owner directory for business ideas? Here are some alternatives for financing if your credit is not that great.

What You Need to Know about Seller Financing

Monday, 30 November 2015 Andy Anderson

Business sales are rarely completed without some type of financing. Seller financing is involved in up to 90 percent of small business sales and more than half of mid-size sales. In most cases, the buyer's ability to make the payments will depend on the future success of the business, therefore the buyer may benefit by having the previous owner serve as a consultant to the business.

Increase Business Profits by Cutting Expenses

Tuesday, 14 July 2015 Andy Anderson

Are you looking for ways to increase your business profits in 2014? That may be difficult if your expenses are too high, so maybe it's time to start thinking about what you can afford to cut. Whether you are a service provider, brick-and-mortar retailer or a small e-commerce company, ever startup has its own set of expenses. Many of these costs cannot be eliminated, but if you can significantly reduce them it could make a huge difference in your profits this year.

business loanWe've all heard about that tenacious young entrepreneur who manages to start a global enterprise on a shoestring, with only zero-interest loans from family members; but is it really possible to get a new venture off the ground without a secret stash of cash in the bank? A recent article from says yes! Late last year, the site published an article called "Getting a Business Loan Without Putting Up Personal Collateral," which was widely read by would-be business owners with very little cash or equity interests.

Should You Use Retirement Funds to Fund a Business?

Wednesday, 19 February 2014 Andy Anderson

fund businessEver since the credit markets got tighter and banks made it harder to get small business loans, many would-be entrepreneurs have looked to alternative lending sources to fund their new ventures. Without established business credit, it can be difficult for an individual to pursue that dream of business ownership, but it doesn't have to be that way. If you are unable to obtain seller-financing for an existing business or the bank's terms are just too costly, this is no reason to throw in the towel. Many new ventures have been launched through "self-funded" loans.

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