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    One question I would have is how much in profit the company makes per year. Then I would take that amount and come up with an NPV (Net Present Value) of these cash flows. That will tell you what the company is worth.

    But it will also tell you how much (for the $70k-$100k) you should be willing to pay for the funds you need (in dollars). I have a article on the best sources of business capital. Not selling anything. To read it, click here.

    But I do want to say that in most cases, taking on a partner will cost you more than even the worst of loans.


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    Agree with Hasslefreeadvances- cash flow is key


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    If you have excellent credit, and any kind of relationship (or referral) with/into a commercial banker, it is possible.

    The most important thing for the banker to see is the last 2 years of the businesses tax returns.

    After that, it would be last two years financials (plus YTD)... i.e., income statement and balance sheet. Equally as important as financials, would be a personal financial statement.

    If the business is valued at $100,000 (or even better if the valuation is more than your cost), you'll probably be expected to have skin in the game... of around $25k.


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    Your best bet would be to try the bank where you do your daily banking business. Of course they should just be the first one you go and see, get offers from every bank possible.

    If the figures stated above are correct and you have the papers to prove it, and with you financing 30% of the price yourself, I think the banks should be quite happy to give you a loan for the 70k which you are missing.


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    I likewise exhort this. Simply ask your ordinary bank. You as of now have 1/3th of the aggregate sum which is great however it could be better.


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    I moreover urge this. Basically ask your conventional bank. You starting at now have 1/3th of the total which is incredible anyway it could be better.


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