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Gas Station Purchase Financing
Financing A Gas Station Business Purchase: Action Plan For Buyers
So, you've decided you want to buy an existing gas station business for sale. However, you aren't sure exactly where to find the financing you'll need or even how to start. I'm going to give you a quick overview of how to find the right bank, SBA loans and a other financing options.  
Business Purchase Financing Up This Year
Business Purchase Financing Up 60 Percent This Year
The number of business purchase loans funded this year exceeds last year’s rate by a whopping 60%. The cash, provided by both SBA-affiliated and non-SBA financial institutions, is used to help make down payments and fund working capital by entrepreneurs buying small and mid-sized businesses.  
Best Business Purchase Loans
What Are The Best Business Purchase Loans to Get?
A business or franchise buyer evaluating business purchase loans to determine where to get the funds to buy a small company is advised to consider her needs and match them with the most appropriate lender or financial institution. Here are three guidelines to help make that selection.  
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).  
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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"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

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