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Lee Kendrick

Interesting post & great content!

I maintain a blog at http://leekendrick.com/blog that that you might like to see too. I'm always updating it with new information about credit, investing, mortgages, foreclosures, real estate & related products.

Keep up the good work & have a great weekend!

PS - I also have a free newsletter at http://leekendrick.com/credit-expert/ that you might find interesting too.

PPS - I'd also recommend checking out 2 other resources: a PowerPoint presentation at http://yourcreditpros.com/movie & then I'd also look at http://yourcreditpros.com ... if want to skip the normal 2-5 year credit building exercise.

Lee Kendrick

Factoring Service

First thing that you should consider when you start applying for a business loan is to submit your business proposal and list of how much money did you needed to fund a business and make sure that you also choose a good company or bank.

Invoice Factoring

In getting a small business loan for your start up business is researching the BANKS in your area. Banks were hit very hard by the recession as we all know so getting a small business loan from a national bank can be difficult. I recommend going with a local bank. I recommend calling the BANK MANAGER to set up a meeting to discuss your business start up getting a small business loan.

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