Crippled Buyers Means Desperate Sellers

I recently received the "Financial Meltdown" related question below from a Bizar Financing graduate. It is followed by my answer.

Q. With the massive changes in the banking and credit industry, will it be possible to get bank financing with no cash out of pocket?

A. It's a good bet that it will be more difficult to bank finance any type of transaction. Fortunately most of the no cash financings in Bizar Financing do not use bank financing. The current economic realities means sellers have no choice but to be extremely flexible if they want to sell their business. As a Bizar Financing grad, you are well equipped to make a creative offer that the seller can expect. This is a time to review Bizar Financing Pro Sections A3, G, H and M.

Section A3 will reacquaint you with the four personality styles and how to best communicate with them. Section H will then reacquaint you with the how to negotiate for the result you want.

Section G will reacquaint you with all 114 sources and methods of funding a business acquisition so that you do not have to rely on bank financing. Any loan that a bank would make, a private investor will make if the return is strong enough and if the risk is low or none existent. For example, you can structure the swing loan from a private investor to be just as risk free as the swing loan was for the bank.

Section M will reacquaint you through case study examples with the myriad of ways businesses have been purchased without bank financing.

Tough times only screen out the meek and unknowledgeable. Those with courage and the kind of know-how embodied in Bizar Financing use the uncertainty to gain advantage while others are paralyzed. It is the seller who is most disadvantaged because the current market cripples most buyers while the need to sell grows unabated.

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Gordon Bizar

Gordon Bizar - Expert Business Buyer and Finance Coach Gordon simplifies business purchasing and financing. He makes understandable the use of financial leverage to start, buy or build any business with little or none of your own cash. His unique expertise and success track record has led to his appearances on NBC's Today Show, PBS's Late Night America along with segments on more than 120 other radio and TV news and talk shows. He has been featured in articles in more than 25 of the nation’s leading newspapers including the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal. Gordon personally bought and built companies in fields as diverse as manufacturing, financial services and business education. He also served as Chairman of the California Task Force on Taxation and Regulation of Small Business during the Brown administration and is sought after as a consultant by businesses large and small and government agencies such as NASA for their technology transfer program.

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