Business Financing: How to Find Money for Business Ventures of All Sizes
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by Roger Lawson
Description: A QuickGuide on how to participate in Business Financing.
eBook Publisher: MH Publishing,
eBookwise Release Date: February 2005
6 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [30 KB]
Reading time: 17-24 min.
If you've been wanting to get into something that doesn't require all of your time, yet could give you an income of $100,000 per year or more, a Business Financing Service is definitely something you should consider. This is the kind of business that requires no special education or even a storefront office;
won't take much of your time, yet offers more prestige, power and fast earning potential than just about any business opportunity available to the ordinary working person.
The average net profit of people in this kind of business is $75,000 per year, before taxes. Most began on a part-time basis, operating out of their homes. Within a short period of time, varying with expenditure of time and effort, most have luxurious professional office suites with many clients from all over the country calling and asking for help. Perhaps best of all, this is a business you can operate with nothing more than a part-time secretary/bookkeeper, a telephone, and business cards.
There are many facets of this kind of business, which involve bringing lenders and borrowers together for venture capital, operating capital, expansion capital, and of course, mortgages of all kinds.
Concerning mortgages, look at it from this point of view: Almost every building in the country--homes, office buildings, factories, apartments--has a mortgage on it, and somebody is making some really big commissions bringing together the people wanting the money and the people wanting to lend the money.