Ever wonder what is involved in obtaining business purchase financing to buy a small to mid-sized business?
About This Presenter: Peter Siegel, MBA (with BizBen & BizBen Network) has over twenty five years advising buyers, sellers, brokers and agents on all types of financing for purchases of small to mid-sized businesses.
Who Should Listen/Watch This Podcast/Webinar?
Potential business buyers, owner/sellers, and brokers/agents/intermediaries would all benefit from this helpful information.
This BizBen Podcast/Webinar Details & Outline:
* How SBA Loan Lenders Operate And Why The Process Can Be So Frustrating
* When Non SBA Loans Are More Advantageous
* Why Getting Pre-Qualified Is So Important (For Both Buyers & Sellers - And Will Save You Time & Money!)
* Alternative Financing: Retirement Plan Rollovers - 401k, IRA, Note Investors, Hard Money Situations
* The 10 Key Info Items SBA Lenders Look For In Saying Yes To A Loan Approval
* The 5 Key Mistakes Buyers Make When Approaching Business Purchase Financing
* Why Sellers (FSBO's) & Business Brokers, Agents, Intermediaries Should Get All Their Deals "Pre-Qualified" Before Selling
* Why Working With A Specialist / Professional - Financing Niche Is Best (So You Don't Keep Getting Passed On Deals!)
Categories: BizBen Blog Contributor, Business Purchase Financing, Buying A Business, Educational Events, Small Business Financing
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Phone: 925-785-3118 Cell, 925-785-3118 Text
Peter Siegel, MBA - Founder Of BizBen.com (since 1994), I am the Lead Advisor for the ProSell, ProBuy, & ProIntermediary Programs. I advise/coach buyers, sellers, and brokers daily about buying & selling small to mid-sized businesses throughout the Nation. I can be reached direct at 925-785-3118.
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