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Home Builder Needs A Working Capital Loan

“You need money to make money.” Everyone has heard of that saying more than enough times, and it’s very true when it comes to running a small business. If your business is short on working capital, how else do you expect to grow? We recently came across another scenario with a home builder that specialized in building individual homes. Here are some of the obstacles this business was coming across: ·   They had four homes sold and escrow would Read More


Youngster Trying to Earn a Buck

Learning how to raise working capital at a young age. Now that I look back, I was an entrepreneur at a very young age without even knowing it. In elementary school, these handheld video games were popular; this is before there was Gameboy or PSP. These games usually had only two buttons and ran off watch batteries or AA batteries. In 5th grade I had a teacher named Ms. Graves, and she used to hand out tickets to the students Read More


Expanding Your Business Without Having the Funds

We will be posting some deals we have come across from business owners and allow the readers to decide if they think the business owner should take the deal. Todays deal comes from a business owner who currently owns a deli, and is possibly looking to expand their family business.  They have an opportunity to possibly lease the space next to their deli. Their current business seats 40 customers, and by increasing the size of their deli they should be Read More