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Financing A Business Acquisition -- Banks Lower Threshold By Up To 30%

While banks may be softening their stance regarding deal size, buyers cannot escape having to be qualified financially and experience-wise, and must be willing to personally guarantee the loan. This is also the case with seller-based financing although in these cases, the assets of the business rather than personal ones are usually pledged.
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