Tips And Ideas For Financing A California Business Purchase


Financing A California Business Purchase

Anyone interested in financing a business purchase in the past year or so knows how difficult it can be to accomplish that objective. The problems that hit the banking industry with the mortgage meltdown starting in 2007 have made most loan officers very cautious about lending to entrepreneurs wanting to buy small or mid-sized businesses for sale in California. And the impact has been experienced in a slower rate of business transfers over the past couple of years.

But resourceful California entrepreneurs are not waiting for a return to the old days when lenders were more eager to cooperate, and there was plenty of home equity to use as additional collateral. They are pursuing other avenues to get the cash needed to conclude their transactions.

Two of the most widely used strategies are:

1. Increased use of seller financing. The number of sellers insisting on all-cash deals has declined over the past year or so. Business owners ready to retire or move on to another enterprise are discovering it may take a very long time to find a buyer willing and able to comply with that difficult requirement. And most likely, the buyer able to cash out the seller will insist on a substantial price discount.

Publised on bizben.com. To read the full article, please click here. For more business tips, info on how to promote your business, and business referral networking opportunities in San Diego, California please visit our website at www.sdrefnet.com.

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